YummyColours responded to a series of statistics about temporal social issues with a creative project, conceptually and implicitly reflecting meaning in the form of, and between the lines of, stripes. At first glance, the project is just a collection of stripes. More deeply, YummyColours used this aesthetic exercise to visualize the numbers behind such varied topics as global food waste, the accomplishments of Simone Biles, and the Syrian migration crisis.
This project is the agency’s personal response to what they recognized as a difficult year, reckoning with it by bringing attention to topics, articles, and associations they found interesting. Statistical Stripes culminated in a self-published book.
January 20th, January 25th, February 8th, February 19th, March 3rd, March 7th, April 20th, April 21st, May 5th, May 10th, June 1st, June 6th, July 1st, July 26th, August 12th, August 21st, September 8th, September 21st, October 3rd, October 12th, November 5th, November 8th, December 13th, December 18th.