The Fibonacci Sequence
Protecting rights means protesting abuses. But protesting is tiring. Especially so recently, when the attacks have become daily and the number of groups that are being vilified has exploded. Migrants, transgender people, religious minorities, people of colour—so many of us are perceived as less than human and therefore less than deserving of human rights. In this poster, rather than quantifying which groups are the most vulnerable (as I normally would as a data journalist), I decided to draw on another mathematic concept—the Fibonacci sequence—to show why social cohesion is so important. This mathematical sequence (where each number is the sum of the two that came before it) is found everywhere from sunflowers to pineapples because it's one of nature's most resilient structures. When bigger groups coalesce around smaller ones, when we protest the rights of minorities, everyone is better protected. - Mona Chalabi
All orders will be printed on demand. Orders will be printed and shipped direct from Print Space London. They’ll be shipped 24 hours after the order is placed. Prints will be on sale between 10-16th December only. No orders will be shipped later than 18th December.
For any questions about your order please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your order reference.
All profits from sales will be donated direct to Amnesty International UK.