Haikuseum – haiku display by Michael Dylan Welch

At the Seabeck Haiku Getaway 2014, there was a Haikuseum (prepared by Michael Dylan Welch) that was showcasing clever ways to display your haiku on bookmarks, artwork, business cards, origami, rock, interactive book, etc.

Thanks to Michael Dylan Welch for the inspiration!

 

Display of haiku by Michael Dylan Welch

Bookmarks

 

Cherry blossom festival

 

Clever haiku design

 

More haiku museum pieces.

 

Michael Dylan Welch and the Haiku Northwest group has been using lots of creativity to bring haiku in the community, including during the recent Haiku on Sticks event.

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4 thoughts on “Haikuseum – haiku display by Michael Dylan Welch

  1. Thanks for featuring my Haikuseum. It was fun to make all of its little exhibits (I have more to come). One thing I wish I’d done differently with the display was to put it on a black tablecloth, and to spread items out more so they weren’t so crowded. It will be fun to take my Haikuseum to schools when I teach haiku there.

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