A collaborative personal project, creating and publishing a weekly visual haiku, written by Michael Derus. The Japanese artform of Haiku writing consists of a 17 syllable poem. The essence of writing Haiku is juxtaposition, in which two images or ideas come together. Keeping within this structure, these poetry stories came from an inspiration of daily life and light-hearted humor, with visuals that were a blend of design and typography; symbols, pattern and art. Check out Haikuglyphics.