The human face constantly conveys emotional information through facial expressions, providing an often unconscious window into the vast array of human emotions. Consequently, personal emotional data collected over pre-determined time slots throughout one day is visualised using the human face as the canvas to display the data. The almost sadistic concept of using pins to plot data onto the face invites the viewer to question whether a painful procedure has been inflicted upon the model, particularly when these images are viewed alongside their 3D counterparts of polystyrene heads adorned with pins. Due to the unpredictable and unquantifiable nature of human emotion, the points/pins are plotted in accordance with a sense of where the emotion was felt most in relation to the face; and they are not restricted by a set number of points. Additionally, colour identifies the different core emotions and the depth at which the pins enter the skin describes the intensity of the emotion.