Infographics Displayed As Physical Objects

Infographics Displayed As Physical Objects
Arts & Culture

Fascinating project uses real world items to display information from a recent public opinion poll.

Jon Lombardo
  • 16 february 2011

An exciting project by Peter Ørntoft uses physical objects — headscarves, rosary beads, microorganisms, and other items — to design unique infographics that better communicate and contextualize data from a recent public opinion poll.

For example, the above and below pictures reveal how Danish people feel about publicly wearing religious symbols:

Interest no. 4 is refugees and immigrants. The focus of the interest deals with whether or not the Danes think its ethical to wear religious symbols in public professions. I have used the looks and appearances of traditional religious symbols to design the diagrams explaining the data.

You can find the full set of physical infographics at the Behance Network below.

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