James and I worked at Tate Modern last autumn creating these pieces of scribing for Audiotours to iPhones, a workshop and conference for the museums and galleries community. We captured these at the workshop session, a productive day prior to the main event involving around 25 people working at the busy and fast-changing intersection of museum interpretation and mobile technologies.
The mind-maps were then used as a visual accompaniment to the conference the following day, which attracted a big attendance of museum and gallery professionals, designers and educators. Anyway, here are the mind-maps. Peter Samis from SFMoMA very astutely spotted Robert Crumb and Philip Guston influences in the images which I think James should be taking all the credit for. I see myself as more akin to early Hergé (before he got good and learned how to draw things in perspective!).