Instead of portraying objects with a flat, 2D representation I think trying something like this where we separate the components of an object and depict it in a 3D representation would be quite creative and interesting. This also fits in with our theme since the components of the object almost look like "layers" emerging to create one, whole object. Maybe we can apply this idea to any infographics we create that portray the various components or "breaking down" of certain objects.
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