13 February 2010

The right to free assembly & association

Peter Crnokrak has studied quantitative genetics at the University of Toronto but now, his primary focus is data visualisation, with a particular interest in the intersection of visual semiotics and data analysis. I strongly recommend you to visit his website and have a look at his amazing work!

This poster is part of a "five poster series that addresses articles from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights dealing directly with rights of protest and free speech. Elemental circles are used to express the essence of each article through the contrast of a single graphite pencil coloured dot and standard black dots. The graphite dot represents different ideas for each poster: eg. freedom of personal expression for 'the right to free thought…' variant."

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