Eye-Opening Olympic Rings Graphs by Gustavo Sousa
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Eye-Opening Olympic Rings Graphs by Gustavo Sousa

In-time for the 2012 London Olympics, artist Gustavo Sousa created a series of interesting and awakening statistical graphs showing several global and social inequalities using the rings of the Olympics logo and the continent each ring represents.  The set, entitled “Oceania europe americas africa asia“, illustrates roughly estimated statistics about the five continents by changing the size of each ring proportionally. (Oceania: blue, Europe: Black, Americas: Red, Africa: yellow, Asia: green).

(Oceania: blue, Europe: Black, Americas: Red, Africa: yellow, Asia: green)

(Oceania: blue, Europe: Black, Americas: Red, Africa: yellow, Asia: green)

(Oceania: blue, Europe: Black, Americas: Red, Africa: yellow, Asia: green)

(Oceania: blue, Europe: Black, Americas: Red, Africa: yellow, Asia: green)

(Oceania: blue, Europe: Black, Americas: Red, Africa: yellow, Asia: green)

(Oceania: blue, Europe: Black, Americas: Red, Africa: yellow, Asia: green)

(Oceania: blue, Europe: Black, Americas: Red, Africa: yellow, Asia: green)

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