Tell me what you see? (And don’t scroll down before you have an idea)

In the first image, I see a donkey on two legs, trying to visualize where its master is. Not seeing him in the busy shopping street, Donkey takes the opportunity to unload the bulky parcels in an explosion of joy. After all, Donkey's been waiting for this moment all his life.

I guess my question is: how do we perceive abstraction? And do we need to know what we see in order to appreciate it?

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In the first image, I see a donkey on two legs, trying to visualize where its master is. Not seeing him in the busy shopping street, Donkey takes the opportunity to unload the bulky parcels in an explosion of joy. After all, Donkey's been waiting for this moment all his life.

I guess my question is: how do we perceive abstraction? And do we need to know what we see in order to appreciate it?

Continue reading “Tell me what you see? (And don’t scroll down before you have an idea)”
In the first image, I see a donkey on two legs, trying to visualize where its master is. Not seeing him in the busy shopping street, Donkey takes the opportunity to unload the bulky parcels in an explosion of joy. After all, Donkey's been waiting for this moment all his life.

I guess my question is: how do we perceive abstraction? And do we need to know what we see in order to appreciate it?

Continue reading “Tell me what you see? (And don’t scroll down before you have an idea)”