Mina Loy - British bohemian Mina Loy became a Dada ally by way of her writings. Another well-known Greenwich Village figure, Loy enjoyed provoking the status quo (and all its gender norms) — evidenced in the work she published in modernist poetry mag Others. “We looked too wholesome in Court representing filthy literature,” she once recalled after the publication’s editors were forced before judge and jury.
Not zentangle exactly, but this idea might appeal to those who love to tangle and doodle. It's done on a book page, bordering a section of text, and the highlighted words inside the main area make up a bit of verse. A creative idea.