Ken Tam is photographer from Hong Kong.
Now you have it! Bring out your coloring tools - pencils and markers, download and print out this beautifully designed and mind boggling art work to get you off stress zone.
Each design is a high resolution printable image (a jpeg file of 300 dpi). For best results, print using a photo setting in black and white on an A4 paper or cardstock.
You are only constrained by your creative imagination. You have 25 designs to keep you occupied in a relaxing mood.
Print, color and let your imagination come to live!
Over half a century later, Angkor Wat by luke kurtis is both the artist's homage to Ginsberg's text as well a celebration of his own pilgrimages to the ancient city. Published in 1968, Ginsberg's Angkor Wat book was a single long poem accompanied by photographs by Alexandra Lawrence. kurtis's book is a suite of poems paired with his original photography. Chronicling the poet's own travels where he explored mythical stories and experienced mystical visions, kurtis's poems take you on a tour of Angkor Wat (and beyond) unlike any other and tell the story of one American poet deepening his Buddhist spirituality.