Fixing broken fishing nets can take more than two hands. It can require the dexterous use of two feet as well. Instead of showing the whole person fixing the nets, I use only the feet, simultaneously drawing on both abstraction and tension to express the unique nature of the task. The tension here is in the negative space between the toes of two different workers at the top of the image. There is a sense of energy crackling in that tiny space, an energy symbolizing cooperation and teamwork. There is also a spot of tension between another big toe and the left hand edge of the picture. That toe is almost in danger of being cut off by the edge, yet there is a sliver of space that saves it from amputation.