The Japanese concept of beauty lies in appreciating the imperfections.
It seems they are mostly talking about nature. Which is great, and I agree, but it can apply to creative work too.
The thing I love most about Polaroid Diaries project is it’s perfect imperfections. Some are under or over exposed, or degraded. And it gives them a quality you would never achieve on purpose.
Perfect is not believable.
It is human to be imperfect. Let that show in your work, and in life.
People resonate with really good, but imperfect.