Empty bladder vs. full bladder

Posted to Data Art  |  Tags:  |  Nathan Yau

I always enjoy the data sketches that Mona Chalabi posts on Instagram. She takes typically everyday data and sketches them or uses props to communicate the actual meaning. Check them out if you aren’t familiar. In her most recent sketch, Chalabi used fruit to compare an empty bladder and stomach to a full bladder and stomach.

Source: Nanomedicine Volume I, 1999 #datasketch

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