Trustworthiness of beards

Posted to Infographics  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

Matt McInerney of pixelspread describes the trustworthiness of the people behind their facial hair. You better be careful when I’m around. I’m questionable, border-line unsavory. Don’t worry though. I’m not a werewolf – and I don’t have the ability to grow a Hitler. How trustworthy are you?

See the full version here. [Thanks, @b_beesley]

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