About the Book
Adults who choose to smoke make a personal decision that carries with it certain responsibilities and rights. Among other things, smokers have a responsibility to be respectful and courteous in the manner and places where they smoke and the responsibility to properly dispose of cigarette butts and empty cigarette packages. If smokers get more involved, they can be successful in stopping unfair treatment. Almost 400 million adults choose to smoke world wide. Their rights and, ultimately, others whose freedoms and choices may one day be threatened have to be protected.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Mar 20, 2011
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Born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Peter Janssen was facinated by detail and collections from his early years. As an artist, Janssen is known for his conceptional ideas and presentations. He likes to think both in two and three dimensions, visualizing some order in his chaotic world. Janssen's work mainly consists of low edition prints. He uses many diverend media to create his work, but is most fascinated with paper and canvas combinations.