5 rows, 15 cells

By Thomas Schinköth, 2021

braille drawing butterfly

Here we go!

Row 1:
space, IN, x, colon, hyphen, dot 4, EN, space, IN, a, hyphen, colon, x, EN
Row 2:
dots 456, dots 45, hyphen, b, space, c, EN, FOR, IN, c, space, dots 45, hyphen, b, l
Row 3:
space, e, hyphen 3 times, colon, o, FOR, OW, colon, hyphen 3 times, i
Row 4:
space 2 times, capital sign, i, space, AR, space, FOR, space, GH, space, e, apostrophe
Row 5:
space 2 times, e, u, i, space 5 times, e, ING, i

Description of the Drawing

The braille drawing shows the topview of a butterfly. The three full cells in the middle form its body. Two antenae are attached to its head. The butterfly has two large forewings and two smaller hindwings. Each forewing is decorated with a circle and each hindwing with a dot. The butterfly’s left and right sides are equal.

This braille drawing was originally created for the non-profit organisation einfach machbar e. V. during the project “Blind Children Draw Pictures – Drawing with Letters” financed by the charity Aktion Mensch.

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