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Somewhat randomly today, I ran across a few permaculture iconographics on Deviant Art. Curiosity tickled, I dug a few minutes around the internet and realized these highly focused sorts of iconographics are somewhat rare for permaculture. Most of what I found aside from these was about the broad concepts of permaculture such as the core values. These remind me of slightly more detailed versions of the permaculture playing cards. I wonder if any of our artistic permies might be interested in creating more of this sort of thing for the various topics of permaculture interest?

It seems to me that these focused, but informative sorts of images work very well as a form of quick communication. They could be fired out onto social media and draw interest back to the site, as well as just garnering interest in permaculture as a whole. One more tool in our belts to 'infect minds' as Paul says.

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This is one of my favorites (not by me!):

Cob is sand, clay and sometimes straw. This tiny ad is made of cob:
50% off Truly Garden Grafting Knife =$7.44
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