Information graphics for an exhibition and magazine about the nuclear threat we are still facing today, as has been proven roughly one year later. The rings on the world map represent various nuclear related facts for each country. The colors of the concentric rings on the countries on the world map represent the following facts: cyan – reactors being planned, dark blue – reactors being build, magenta – reactors actively in use, dark grey – nuclear waste storage sites and enriching facilities, yellow – nuclear warheads (100 pieces per 1mm), light grey – uran mining per year (100 tons per mm).
The exhibition "Café Endlager", happened in Stuttgart, Germany from 25.4.2010 to 9.5.2010. Art direction by Petra Langhammer and Ralf Grauel.
Photograph of the exhibition by Josh von Staudach
These graphics are featured in the book "Deutschland verstehen: Ein Lese-, Lern- und Anschaubuch" by Gestalten Verlag, published in 2012.