Infographics Displayed As Physical Objects
Fascinating project uses real world items to display information from a recent public opinion poll.
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.