Benjamin Makes a Splash With His Abstract Art
7 min

In this episode, our listener Benjamin uses abstract art to find beauty in imperfect things and Zara and Leo create their own imperfect journals.


In this episode, children will:

  • learn to find beauty in imperfect things
  • be inspired by our listener Benjamin 


Produced by Big Life Journal.


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Additional show notes available at biglifejournal.com/podcast


Credits:

Produced by Alexandra Eidens and Big Life Journal team. Written and directed by Sarah Cyrano. Sound design and original music by Elettra Bargiacchi. Sound mixing by Mattia Marcelli. Characters played by Sean Chiplock and Ryan Bartley. Managed by Kait Bibb.



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