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Brief Published: 13 Apr 2012

The Butterfly Effect Schools Project


UK communication design agency Elio Studio is exhibiting work created by ten Norfolk schools that shows how young people imagine their future landscapes.

The visualisations were created during the Butterfly Effect project organised by Elio, encouraging children to consider their local rural environment – in this case the Norfolk Broads – how it came to be, what it is used for and what its future might be.

The Butterfly Effect is part of Elio Studio’s Creative Data series of projects that aim to create engaging ways of communicating data to the public. The exhibition is on at The Forum, Norwich, from April 30 to May 3 2012.

Elio Studio

Creative Data