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Forty Fisheggs: Left Brain, Right Brain

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I am a fan of the blog “Forty Fisheggs” for lots of reasons, one of which being that this woman is so amazingly creative. To describe difficult concepts all with fish and eggs. What’s up with that? The illustrator says they are “quirky little pictures about life, designed to make you think and laugh.”
Indeed she has made me think and laugh. So, since we are talking about sensitive types today, I thought I’d reproduce her illustrations of the left and right brains.
left brain.jpg
right brain.jpg



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Pankaj

posted August 9, 2009 at 10:44 pm


Very interesting and creative enjoyed it. Keep it going.



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SherlinDukes

posted August 18, 2010 at 2:48 am


Great post. Very nicely represented blog. No words. Really, the pictures speaks a lot.



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maan

posted August 19, 2010 at 10:19 pm


this is funny.. lol



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