Census Data Used To Create BBQ Spice Mixtures For Each NYC Borough [Video]

Census Data Used To Create BBQ Spice Mixtures For Each NYC Borough [Video]
Design

Hanna Kang-Brown used the population breakdown to decide what flavors went into each of her five rubs.

Daniela Walker
  • 11 july 2013

Self-described interaction designer Hanna Kang-Brown is interested in data representation. Her work focuses on data that can sometimes seem daunting to the average person and creating a physical representation that allows the public to understand the data in a new way. Kang-Brown broke down the data provided by the US Census to create unique barbecue rubs and spice mixes that represents the racial and ethnic diversity of New York City’s five boroughs.

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