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Shake ya Hass*, but watch yourself…

Our instagram account was removed for breaking the nudity guideline. We don’t think this is fair, but the instagods have spoken. Because we’re rebels, we’ve made a new one. Go follow us at http://instagram.com/visual.thinkery. For your viewing pleasure is the offending image, make sure grandma doesn’t catch you looking at this tasty piece of Hass*…

* Apologies for the horrific puns, couldn’t resist.

 

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Mocial skills…

Mocial skills

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Sheesh! Is there anything more annoying than someone who doesn’t know how to turn off the clicky noise their phone makes as they type? I sound like my parents. In fact, if they were still around, they’d probably be committing this crime like the best of them…

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Different isn’t wrong

different isnt wrong

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When I lived in Tanzania, I had to keep reminding myself of this. So much of what felt wrong was simply cultural. This mantra probably features highly in “how to achieve stuff with a bunch of people who aren’t like you”, if someone would actually take the trouble to write it…

Pretty simple — but ultimately liberating, I found.

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The wall

The wall

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The wall by @bryanMMathers is licenced under CC-BY-ND

The wall is high, but it’s constructed by our own selves. To be good at anything requires practice. We all know this – or do we?

Hold out your hands and give someone a foot up, so at least they can catch a glimpse of what’s on the other side…

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Avocado

Avocado

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Avocado by @bryanMMathers is licenced under CC-BY-ND

Ask your eyes to notice. What’s the light doing? Why is it doing that? Highlights, lowlights, shadow.

Sometimes a drawing just works. This avocado was triggered from a comment by Laura Hilliger.

In Kiswahili, it’s a parachichi or even sometimes embe ya mafuta (literally: oily mango…).

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