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    Using Information Visualizations, Artist Illustrates Complex Self-Portraits -

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    Self Portraits Ahn Min Jeong

  • Sonja Rostad

    Korean artist Minjeong An uses information visualizations to illustrate complex self-portraits—forming detailed diagrams of arm, body, and leg movements of the human anatomy:

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