“The Grind Series” – Image To Word Series

Isolation

i·so·la·tion ˌīsəˈlāSHən/ (noun)

The process or fact of isolating or being isolated.

“The isolation of older people.”

An instance of isolating something, especially a compound or microorganism.

Plural noun: isolations

Today is the launch of the latest blog series from MBK Enterprises entitled “Image To Word.” A simple way of expressing the images we see daily and identifying the conditions that create them, surround them, or at times define them. In reflection of today’s anniversary (9/11/01 Twin Towers) we want to bring awareness to the conditions that exist daily and are just as important. This application of transferred expression to poetical therapy is key to the process.

A series of photos will be taken and poetry from local artists in the Twin Cities community embodying the image and word definition will be displayed along side the work as a whole.

For more information on how you can be a contributor to the project, contact us at: info@mbkenterprisesllc.com. Indicate in the heading “Image To Word” and a representative of MBK will reply back to you.

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About Grind Series

Who We Are... My Brother's Keeper Enterprises, LLC was created with the sole intention to provide professional assistance to those seeking to advance artistic passion. We believe your image is our business, utilizing innovation as our passion and personalizing service to remain connected to our heritage. At MBK Enterprises, LLC the goal is simple; Arrive at the finish line in the position your customers place you, in First Place for all their artistic needs. "First Place in Mind, Leading The Blind & Misguided!" -CEO Alphonso Fleming Jr. Contact Us for more information on what we do and the services we provide: Info@MBKEnterprisesLLC.com
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