Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design where the work is stripped down to its most fundamental features. As Unpublished Guy describes here, hyperminimalism strips it down further, leaving more blanks for the reader to fill.
So, here goes:
It shattered like the glass embedded in her hand.
Still too much detail? How about:
I couldn't help but wonder.
Crockstar Blog gives some more examples here.
Give it a try! Leave a comment with your own hyperminimalist masterpiece.
Posted by Shelli at 9:47 AM