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Footprints in Water: (Left-Right) South Africa, Germany, China, U.S.A - These glasses illustrate the water footprint of various nations through simple graphics.

Heights of waves illustrate relative water footprint per capita. The amplitude of each wave indicates the percentage of that consumption that is imported. The numbers of waves indicates the relative population size.

The initial offering includes South Africa, Germany, China, and the U.S.A, as indicated by the image in each glass's base.

All data from http://www.waterfootprint.org
Footprints in Water: Germany - These glasses illustrate the water footprint of various nations through simple graphics.

Heights of waves illustrate relative water footprint per capita. The amplitude of each wave indicates the percentage of that consumption that is imported. The numbers of waves indicates the relative population size.

The initial offering includes South Africa, Germany, China, and the U.S.A, as indicated by the image in each glass's base.

All data from http://www.waterfootprint.org
Footprints in Water: U.S.A - These glasses illustrate the water footprint of various nations through simple graphics.

Heights of waves illustrate relative water footprint per capita. The amplitude of each wave indicates the percentage of that consumption that is imported. The numbers of waves indicates the relative population size.

The initial offering includes South Africa, Germany, China, and the U.S.A, as indicated by the image in each glass's base.

All data from http://www.waterfootprint.org
Footprints in Water: China - These glasses illustrate the water footprint of various nations through simple graphics.

Heights of waves illustrate relative water footprint per capita. The amplitude of each wave indicates the percentage of that consumption that is imported. The numbers of waves indicates the relative population size.

The initial offering includes South Africa, Germany, China, and the U.S.A, as indicated by the image in each glass's base.

All data from http://www.waterfootprint.org
Footprints in Water: (Left-Right) Germany, China, U.S.A, and South Africa - This sandblasted glass collection illustrates the water footprint of nations through simple, elegant infographics. This initial series represents the nations of China, Germany, South Africa, and the U.S.A, as indicated by the image in each glass’s base.

Heights of the wave peaks illustrate relative water footprint per capita. The amplitude of each wave indicates the percentage of that consumption that is imported. The number of the wave peaks indicates the relative population size.
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Water Footprint Infographic Glasses
Jason Hu
Design Researcher Brooklyn, NY