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An Ocean of Noise
Exploration of 16 months of Spotify Top 200 streaming data, what it can show us about the useful life of popular music in a streaming context, and avenues for future exploration as more data is...
The Road Of Fragrance
Our ancestors conducted friendly exchanges through the Silk Road long time ago.Although it was named "Silk Road", in the trade on this artery, besides silk, lacquerwork and all kinds of rare...
How To Release An Oscar-Winning Film
This project sought to introduce the concept of film release strategies to a broader audience and determine which formula is used most by Oscars Best Picture winners. The two main release...
Quartetto Sincronie performing Beethoven op. 74 num. 10
This is not a graphic experiment to represent Beethoven's work, but a precise research that attempts to narrate the musical and stage performance by the Quartetto Sincronie. So we decided to tell...
Star Wars Character Guide - These Are The Droids You Are Looking For
A look at the major characters in the Star Wars trilogies.
Where Macy's Came From
Everything that is a department store must converge.
Familiarity vs. Discovery in Spotify Listening
At Spotify, we're interested in observing users’ behavior and inferring what that means about their relationship to music. This experimental project visualizes several months' worth of listening...
A Hidden Path
This series of wall charts are created to interpret the Tibetan Kalachakra mandala painting, which are parallel to visualized tables. The innovative method employs the concept of the five elements...
Food safety is a popular issue that people have been paying attention all the time, which the pesticide residues in fruits have directly endangered the survival environment and health of human...
The Development of Chinese Cheongsam
Cheongsam is the typical symbol of Chinese women's dress. Modern western industrial civilization and commercial trade infiltrated Chinese society rapidly from the end of the nineteenth...
Le pagine più visitate su Wikipedia italiana nel 2017
All Flights from Dragon Ball Z
Based on the manga by Akira Toriyama, the first episode of Dragon Ball Z aired in Japan on April 26, 1989. Even after more than 25 years, the anime is still extremely popular, with a filler-free...
Made for William Bevington’s Typography and Visual Design, this project is made up of 196 assets, each including a glass icon, a drink name, and various other data. The assets are combined to make...
Are Pop Lyrics Getting More Repetitive?
In 1977, the great computer scientist Donald Knuth published a paper called The Complexity of Songs, which is basically one long joke about the repetitive lyrics of newfangled music (example quote:...
Star Wars - Film Ratings
The IMDb ratings of the Original, Prequel, & Sequel Star Wars films (those released as of 30th May 2017). Hovering over the x-wings provides more information about each film, hovering over the...
Alt Music History
It started with The Sex Pistols. Specifically, with The Sex Pistols’ June 4, 1976 show at the Lesser Free Trade Hall in Manchester, England. The concert now ranks as one of the most influential...
Tai Chi Motion
Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art practiced for its health benefits. The Chinese believe that slow body movement helps to gather invisible energy from the universe and harmonizes the body. We...
Star Wars in One Chart
The Galactic Civil War — recently retold in the military history called Star Wars1 — pitted the Imperial Navy, one of the most sophisticated fighting forces in history, against the ragtag Rebel...
This is a story about how film plots mirror (or shape) historical events. For example, how early did the film industry portray the AIDS epidemic? Has movie representation of Islam changed with...
How People Like You Spend Their Time
The American Time Use Survey is an ongoing program from the Bureau of Labor Statistics that asks thousands of people, as you might guess, what they did during the last 24 hours. Using the data...
The Great Olivier
The world famous Russian salad has a different name and a century long history in Russia, where it was invented by renowned french chef. This feature cherishes the favorite staple of national...
Unraveling Death in Game of Thrones
Head on a spike? Check. Shot on the privy? Check. Baked into a pie? Check. Over the past 6 seasons of Game of Thrones, more than 100 characters have been killed off the show — but only one has...
The Ups and Downs of Soda Consumption
The splash of soft drink profits has led to a spill in Americans health.
We looked for famous people in six fields and matched each area with a representative colour: 1. Politician (data from Time), representative colour is purple. 2. Entrepreneur (data from Forbes...
"Guqin" as a representative work of human oral and intangible heritage, has a long history. My works show the characteristics of Guqin from its basic structure, types, flow, fingering, vocal...
The BFI Filmography Dashboard
The ‘BFI Filmography’ is a collection of over 10,000 film titles condensed into one dashboard of interactive data visualisations. Launched in September 2017, it is the largest public searchable...
Mapping America’s Taste in Oscar Films
How does America watch movies? Do coastal audiences prefer action films? Do movie-goers in the south opt for films that mirror their experiences? We’ve mapped US movie tastes for this year’s Oscars...
The Cricket Cage
China’s Forbidden City in Beijing, remodelled today as the Palace Museum, is a mystical place full of wonderful stories. This full-page infographic uses data to visualise one such tale. According...
Book Binding in China
Presented in the form of timeline: Decorative art of book in China which are classified according to different materials and forms， Binding styles of Chinese ancient books mainly include oracle...