The Visual Storytellers

Draw more, together: Ole Qvist-Sørensen at TEDxCopenhagen 2012

We must draw more together. We all know that a picture is worth a 1000 words. Pictures can convey complex information in a way, which is natural for our brains to grasp. Visual thinking is a gift we all have and drawing is an easy and simple way to show and involve others in understanding — or seeing — what we mean. Drawing together can be seen as a collective meaning-making process for a group. It’s easy to learn. It’s intuitive. It starts with pen, paper and curiosity.​

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