By Callie Oettinger | Published: January 9, 2015
It shows three images of a pencil, in three stages of existence: full, broken in half, and resharpened into two pencils of varying lengths, but both with equally powerful points.
A fourth image might have both ends of a previously-broken pencil sharpened — or if the pencil reaches a point where it is too small to sharpen, the image might be of pigments on a wall, etchings on glass, or via other ways artists have expressed their work for eons.
Broken isn’t the end. It’s the preamble to a new beginning.
— Lucille Clerc (@LucilleClerc) January 7, 2015