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Shelter-me-not is an infographic art installation visualizing the housing issues of Syrian refugees in Lebanon, highlighting the ways in which shelter is tied to the experiences of both personal...
Beyond the Sea
Standing on a given point and facing perpendicular to the coast, if you went straight ahead, never turning, where would you end up?
Cities in Europe
Cities in Europe – Facts and figures on cities and urban areas The publication ‘Cities in Europe’ contains 13 infographics that show facts and figures on recent urban developments in the context...
Our collaboration tool enables audiences at live events to brainstorm, share ideas and respond to presentations in real time. Stimulating collaborative thought, Talkviz engages audiences and...
The BMJ Infographics
At the BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal), I've made dozens of infographics / data visualisations to present data from investigations, educational resources and research articles. Our main...
The Housing Bubble in the London Boroughs
This visualisation looks at the housing cost (buying and renting) in the London Boroughs over a period of four years.
Welcome to the Sage Project, a new platform where design and technology come together to create the food labels we’ve always wanted — smart, simple, and personalized.
Pooja Gandhi's online profile
Genetic Engineering Will Change Everything Forever – CRISPR
Genetic engineering is already a huge influence today but a new gene editing technology called CRISPR is going to change our daily lives inevitably and forever. This video gives a comprehensive...
The work discussed is a map of Malleshwaram, more than a hundred years old dwelling in the city of Bangalore India with a spirit of its own. Malleshwaram mesmerizes, the heart of it—a potpourri of1...
The Atlas of Gentrification
The book “The Atlas of Gentrification” is a collection of data visualizations, graphs and maps which respond to the phenomenon of gentrification and related issues, such as segregation and income...
Scientific research and data fuel the content of my artwork. I create pieces to raise awareness about interesting and important environmental topics. The key topic in my portfolio is Climate...
Government, statistics & data visualisation? What’s going on here then? For years the UK Office for National Statistics releases lacked imagination; yet there was so much potential to inform...
A collection of small data visualisations on taboo topics. I want these data visualizations to remind non-experts of a time when numbers weren’t daunting, disinteresting or dubious. The...
Swiss preservation of historical monuments
The double-sided information graphics for the magazine Hochparterre illustrates figures on Swiss preservation of historical monuments: job percentages of specialist departments on cantonal and city...
67 Years of Lego Sets
There are many of us—errr, people—who build stuff with Legos at all ages. Having grown up with loads of hand-me-down Legos (and having a Lego Wall-E on my desk right now), I started to wonder how...
Holobiont Urbanism is a research endeavor that sets out to study, map, and visualize the microbiome of New York City, in order to reimagine the city as more than a vast metropolis, but rather as a...
Profiling National Parks
Profiling the Parks is a data-driven, hand drawn exploration of the US National Parks.
Feature section Objektivno
Objektivno was an internationally acclaimed project of Dnevnik, second largest newspaper in Slovenia, exploring journalism that bridged data, code, text and image. It appeared on the back page of...
32 Questions for Deray
32 Questions for DeRay Mckesson was commissioned by the Bowdoin College Museum of Art as part of Now, my retrospective exhibition touring the United States.