Twenty-Fifty is a visual exploration of the global food crisis predicted for the year two thousand and fifty - a result of the inability of the earth’s natural resources to meet future demand.
project presents a series of eight data visualisation posters, each exposing one primary issue responsible for this future crisis. It looks closely at population growth, urbanisation, food production, food waste, genetic modification, climate change, consumption trends and agrobiodiverty as the main influential factors.
Through sourcing and photographing food that is representational of my own data visualisations, the project intends to both challenge and educate consumers about how the future may unfold.
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