Stunning new maps show the religious demographics of London, Manchester and West Yorkshire.
The maps, that look like oil paintings, were created by coder Ben Flanagan and shows each dot represented by a single person.
The map of London is mostly blue, to represent the capital's mostly Christian population.
The maps that looks like oil paintings were created by coder Ben Flanagan and shows each dot represented by a single person
To the west, is an orange splat showing Southall in Ealing and Hounslow, where the population is around eight per cent Sikh.
In the northwest is a pink area around Harrow, where the population is more than 25 per cent Hindu.
And in from Harrow, is a yellow area with specs of green to show Barnet, where London's highest number of Buddist live, around 4500 as well as more than 54,000 Jewish people, about 15 percent of the borough.
Tower Hamlets in east London is shown as a light green hue as it has the city's highest population of Muslims, slightly less than 100 thousand, about 38 percent.