Marion Luttenberger's Infographics Creatively Display Common Items

By: Alyson Wyers - Jan 16, 2015
References: marion-luttenberger.squarespace & designtaxi
This series of photography infographics uses everyday objects and events to create the information-relaying images. Designed by German photographer Marion Luttenberger, the charts represent a refreshing change in the way graphs can be displayed and infographics can be organized. They are certainly a nice change from typography and stale illustrations.

Commissioned by Caritas Kontakladen (an organization based in Austria that offers drug addicts support), the photography infographics use everything from hair length to sandwich ingredients and button-marked road maps to visualize important statistics and raise awareness. The images and information are often creatively correlated as well, like colored pencils sticking out of the ground to represent educational backgrounds or the gum stuck to the bottom of shoes to signify rates of infectious disease among addicts.