This year we looked to use the simplicity of a Japanese ensō drawing to describe what we do on a daily basis.
London-based artist, Yamuna Devi, created a circle from an improvised single brush stroke and placed different stages of our work anti-clockwise on this circle, describing our stages of work, including: market research, analysis, using different methods and approaches, developing insights, assessing and creating value in the process. The idea was to keep it simple but, at the same time, to convey a strong message with the use of the ensō technique and the translation into Japanese writing and calligraphy. It represents maximum focus at a distinct moment in time. Our [learning] circle is joined but not fully which leaves an opening for future seeds to be planted.
Wishing you a restful and peaceful end-of-the-year and positive, new beginnings for 2020.