Wearable statistics | How About Orange

May 07, 2008

Wearable statistics

StatAttack has designed a compelling series of T-shirts illustrating life expectancy, poverty rates, and other alarming statistics in a handful of African countries. Twenty percent of T-shirt proceeds go toward financing the building of an orphanage in Mozambique. (Via Brand Appeal.)

15 comments:

Sarah said...

oh how i wish these came in women's sizes! but i will get one anyway, i think. so great, both in design and in purpose.

danielle said...

love the typography!

all over the map said...

What a great concept and a wonderful thing to share with all of your readers. Like that! I'm off to have a look-see.

SimplyGrove said...

I was just told about your blog and I love it!!!

susanc said...

I found your blog via Chez Shoes' blog and am so glad I did! It's great!

Jess said...

Thanks, guys.

DK said...

You should check out Hans Rosling's animated statistics at TED.com. Mind-blowing!
http://www.ted.com/index.php/speakers/view/id/90

Paopidoodles said...

me wanna buy that :) anyway, i'm already loving your blog! :) (new avid reader)

take care! :)

Christy said...

great style and design!

Susanne said...

This is awesome. Thanks for sharing!

Krissy said...

these are brilliant!

habitual said...

great concept, thanks for sharing!

Kellie & Marc said...

Thanks for sharing this. I'm adopting from Ethiopia and there are some pretty horrid statistics there as well. I am off to share this on my adoption blog, then email StatAttak and ask them to design an Ethiopia shirt as well.

Thanks Jess (and I love your blog - can't ever get enough of it!)

Jess said...

Great idea. I hope StatAttack goes for it!

Jess said...

DK, those videos and statistics are totally fascinating! I just checked them out.

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