Each of the prints in this series are 22 x 28 in monoprints on Rives BFK paper. The images were made by manipulating ink by hand on a plexiglass sheet. To mark the delineations for each rectangle segment, I painstakingly applied quarter inch tape onto my matrix before inking and then removed it just prior to printing. Each composition is a one of a kind unique print.
 
These images are tree map infographic charts made with data from the Human Development Report 2014. The overall size of each of the brightly colored squares represents total population for a given country. The size corresponds directly to the value, for instance, the largest squares on the bottom represent the populations of China and India. The brown shaded squares overlaid on top represent the percentage of the population for each country that is currently living without a basic necessity due to environmental deprivations. The green composition maps the percentage of world population living without access to adequate sanitation. The blue composition maps the percentage of world population living without access to safe drinking water, and the orange composition maps the percentage of world population living without access to electricity. 
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