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Emotionally Vague: A Graphical Survey Of Feelings

By Gerard @presurfer
Emotionally Vague: A Graphical Survey Of Feelings
Just what do our emotions look like? It's a simple question with extremely complex answers. Emotionally Vague, an interesting and extensive project to graphically display how our emotions look and feel in our body, surveyed 35 different countries to get to the bottom of the question.
The team researched how people experienced the feelings of anger, joy, fear, sadness and love. Given a piece of paper with human silhouettes, each participant was asked to graphically represent each of these emotions in 3 ways - as a point, as directional arrows and with complete expressive freedom. The drawings were then compiled in Photoshop to create a visual 'DNA-like frequency pattern.'The Presurfer

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