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Happiness, Fatness and Sunlight Print

Siori Kitajima

United States

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About your place in the sunshine What makes a place a happy place to live – is there really a correlation between sunlight and happiness? Can you be miserable in a sunny country, happy in perpetual twilight? Does a country have to be wealthy to be happy? Are countries with heavier people happier places to live? You can use this infographic to answer all sorts of interesting questions. Or maybe it raises more questions than it answers. Can you be happy in a place where the murder rate is high? Is there a relationship between murder rates and fatness? The Sunlight, Fatness and Happiness infographic is all about your little place in the sunshine.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Siori Kitajima is a painter and multimedia artist who explores complexity and abstraction through a variety of techniques and styles. Her acrylic paintings are often composed of wild bold compositions, patterns/textures, and fine details. She makes the invisible visible via motifs like ‘space’, ‘tension’ and ‘flow of air’ by fine lines of her scratch technique. Data and statistics play an increasing role in her works. She was born in Tokyo, Japan, and started painting when she was five years old, taught by her grandfather who was a landscape painter. She started her career in 1997 as a professional Illustrator and painter, and has created countless works for Japanese books and magazines. Since moving to the U.S. in 2007, she began experimenting with several different mediums including Data Visualizations and Digital art, and combining those new methods into her paintings. She is a finalist of world wide data visualization award ‘Information is Beautiful’ 2012. Her work has been featured in galleries, magazines and websites around the world.

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