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- This print is created using letterpress, one of the oldest forms of printing that often uses metal or wood type. The raised letters are inked and pressed into the surface of the paper, giving the print depth and texture.
- Print comes unframed and printed on Canaletto Bianco 111C paper
- 20% cotton
- Archival ink
- Manufactured acid-free
Dimensions for Small Print: 11x14
Dimensions for Large Print: 15x20
Frames not included.
The inspiration for this print is from Brené’s book, The Gifts of Imperfection.
Here’s the full quote:
The root of the word courage is cor—the Latin word for heart. In one of its earliest forms, the word courage had a very different definition than it does today. Courage originally meant “To speak one’s mind by telling all one’s heart.” Over time, this definition has changed, and, today, courage is more synonymous with being heroic. Heroics is important and we certainly need heroes, but I think we’ve lost touch with the idea that speaking honestly and openly about who we are, about what we’re feeling, and about our experiences (good and bad) is the definition of courage. Heroics is often about putting our life on the line. Ordinary courage is about putting our vulnerability on the line. In today’s world, that’s pretty extraordinary.