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Using Photographs as Infographics



Infographics usually comprise graphical charts, but in his latest project, Danish designer Peter Orntoft used photographs instead.

Orntoft staged each photograph to fit in a ‘graph’ or ‘chart’. For example, in an image of a crucifix, the designer color-coded beads on the necklace to represent a certain statistic (above).

Each photograph used is also relevant to the data published. The crucifix image features statistics on how many Danes find it unethical to wear a cross to work, for instance.







[via UnderConsideration]
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