Artist Seth Carnes wants to create a platform for technologically empowered visual poetry.

Seth Carnes is channeling his passion for poetry by creating a new way of making it. His big idea is to merge the usage of pen and ink alongside iPhone photography in an app called ‘iheart poetics.' Below are a few examples of what the app would be capable of.

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Working alongside other poetry enthusiasts like Curating Director of the Booklyn Artist Alliance, Marshall Weber, Carnes describes the logic behind what makes this app valuable to its users:

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