Who said that a financial statement has to look like a bunch of obscure papers and charts? Even in this matter, you can get creative. For example, the way employees of a German marketing agency did it Jung von Matt.
Bank management L Bank thought that by compiling a really interesting report, you can once again draw attention to your institution. As a result, it was decided to arrange all the data for 2011 in the style of contemporary art. The installation was carried out by the workers of Jung von Matt. Holger Oehrlich and Nadine Glasbrenner, who created it, even wrote an entire paper on the subject, titled "Translating Numbers and Statistics into Fine Art."
It is difficult to say how much these compositions are more intelligible than Excel spreadsheets. But everything looks really unusual.
The financial report is on display at the Museum of Modern Art. In several rooms, each of which represents a separate segment: business development, economic development, housing construction, infrastructure growth, etc.