A precept is defined by Webster’s Dictionary as “a principle intended especially as a general rule of action

A precept is defined by Webster’s Dictionary as “a principle intended especially as a general rule of action.” A precept commonly advises, suggests or teaches rather than rigidly presents a law or commandment. An English teacher named Mr. Browne defines precepts as “rules about really important thing.” Pennant are often strung together to create impact, perhaps drawing inspiration from maritime signal flags strung together for communication between ships. Image the impact of an assemblage of precepts, passing along inspiration and guidance in a visual collaboration. Precept Pennants can be designed with any number of drawing, painting or mixed media. Strings of pennants can be created over an indefinite period of time and added to as precepts are discovered.