In our visual world we are all creators and consumers. Every selfie, every snap finds its way into a vast digital soup. That's served back to us, every second of every day. And it's starting to leave a very sour taste. We are what we see and, at the moment, we're being visually poisoned. Bullied by perfect selfies and ignorant stereotypes. Oppressed by images that make us feel inadequate and depressed. We need to open our eyes to the importance of what we see. And curate a more varied, more nourishing diet. Feast our eyes on things we've never experienced before. Look at art not simply as culture, but something that helps us feel good too. Let's seek out more images that make us happy. That make us smile. That make us think. Because if we want a more beautiful world, then let's start with how we look at it. Our visual diet.