How I discovered visual thinking
Dave Gray

My awakening to visual thinking was whilst working on a collage in my last year of high school. I went through all my class workbooks and ripped the margins out — they were full of doodles and sketches. While assembling these on A2, I began to realise they told a story about the past 2 years of my school life. Even better, I could construct a story with these elements that I intimately understood. Screeds of maths, english, physics & assembly classes with not much work, but a goldmine of knowledge. This formed the foundation layer for subsequent crayon and pencil drawings.

Wish I still had that collage…

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