JOE TANKERSLEY, TRELLO RESOURCES
This is an older image and unfortunately I can't recall it's origin. I find it evocative and a good example of how we might visually change the metaphors we use when we consider the interrelationship between man and nature.
Erika: I love how these two images work together—reminding us all that there is nothing new under the sun. And that's great, because it's proof of plausibility. Expanding on Joe's intention about metaphors of man and nature, I like the juxtaposition of ancient and future.
Vanessa: I like this idea of visualizing capturing metaphors of human / nature relationships - it makes me think of these two articles in Fast Company of applying biomimcry principles to a challenge and an organization: http://www.fastcompany.com/1643489/biomimicry-challenge-ideo-taps-octopi-and-flamingos-reorganize-usgbc
Stuart: Nice shot Joe! I did a google search by image and found "Worth 1000" photoshop competition as the sourcehttp://www.worth1000.com/entries/140261/over-growed