The arts are so often sensitive to developments in our human journey, highlighting the need for fresh perspectives on old subjects. The photographer Loes Heerink is such an artist.

She lay in wait for many hours on a bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam in order to capture images of street vendors as they walked beneath the bridge. I like her perspective.
source: The Guardian.

on innovation

Get off the Grass New Zealanders!

I guess we all know that innovation drives progress, everywhere even here in New Zealand. This book champions innovators and challenges policy makers and the community at large to create a platform which encourages and embraces them. I wholeheartedly concur. 

Must read for anyone working, writing or thinking about innovation. Brilliant!

Get Off The Grass, by Shaun Hendy

on work

I think this goes rather well with Ken Robinson’s article and new book on finding your element. Business needs to change to enable people to have fulfilling work in companies that are social, sustainable, environmental and effective.

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