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Arctic sea ice volume/thickness
Trends in sea ice thickness/volume are an important indicator of Arctic climate change. While sea ice thickness observations are sparse, here we utilize the ocean and sea ice model, PIOMAS (Zhang...
Temperature Anomalies by Country 1880-2017
Wood Ant Anatomy
This infographic is a chapter of a fully illustrated non-fiction book about the European Red Wood Ant. Each book chapter is a large two-sided leporello and covers a certain aspect about Wood Ants....
What's in your virtual wallet? An illustrated guide to bitcoin
Despite generating breathless coverage throughout the year, bitcoin still baffles many. Follow the path below for a working sense of how the cryptocurrency that has shot up in value this year...
Elon Musk Is Getting SpaceX Closer to Mars, One Rocket at a Time
For this graphic, we take users through an illustrated history of SpaceX rocket launches. Using a system of whimsical symbols and icons, we detail the story of each launch from launchpad to orbit....
Finding an Oasis in Space
Water is ever present on Earth and vital to life as we know it. Within our solar system water can be found on other worlds and will be essential for future attempts at expansion. This...
The worst flu season in eight years
Data Science vs Fake
DATA SCIENCE vs FAKE is a video web series to fight against generally accepted ideas, rumours, false informations… 20 short films of DATA about AIDS, gender and climate warming, Available on the...
Climate change is a complex global issue, requiring simple communication about its effects at the local scale. This set of visualisations highlight how we have witnessed temperatures change across...
Darknet Markets Ecosystem
A double-page graphical Timeline of over 100 Darknet markets offering drugs. The purpose was to try and show how prolific the darknet market is and how new marketplaces quickly took the place of...
Quantifying Career Hot Streaks
A landmark new study shows that bursts of brilliance happen for almost everyone. This discovery holds promise for creatives and other kinds of professionals. We've created an interactive graphic...
Seven Endangered Species That Could (Almost) Fit In A Single Train Carriage
Some species are so close to extinction, that every remaining member can fit on a New York subway carriage (if they squeeze). First published early September 2018 on Mona Chalabi's Instagram...
A data visualization to see how climate change is increasing temperatures in Zaragoza. Through graphics we will see, and consult the maximum and minimum temperatures, tropical nights and frosts...
Flowering of Sensation
Visual representation of the human nervous system; specifically how a variety of nerves branch out from the spinal cord. Flowers on the ends of these branches resemble the sensation that may be...
The insane amounts of data we're using every minute
How Will Automation Affect Different U.S. Cities and Professions?
New research shows how automation will affect American cities and professions. The researchers calculated the average likelihood that a job will be automated in the coming decades, and then...
The Cassini Journey
This infographic tells the Cassini spacecraft journey, which after 20 years has ended at the borders of the solar system. Designed for La Repubblica Sunday cultural supplement.
Mapped: How the US Generates Electricity
The US electricity system is often described as the world’s largest machine. It is also incredibly diverse, reflecting the policy preferences, needs and available natural resources of each state....
This is an infographic I came up with for a college project . One of the topics given was ‘Conservation efforts in India’; we had to create information design on products or systems used for the...
Apollo 11 - A Stop Motion Story
A web interactive Stop Motion animation of 1380 handmade vector illustrations about the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, containing explanations, original dialogues, interesting facts, doubts and...
How to Fix a Broken Heart (Literally)
This information design project was inspired by a real-life medical case (Atrial Septum Defect), where the patient was a having a heart procedure to block a “hole” in her heart. I used cut paper to...
Attic is an interactive data visualization system, that visualizes the activities in our workspace of our program at university. It has an open attic where lectures take place and students spend...
ABDI Data Visualizations - Agenda for Brazilian Technological Development and Innovation
The ABDI (Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development) and FGV (The Latin American Think Tank) conducted a series of studies to subsidize the elaboration of public policies and governmental...
CO₂ concentration and global mean temperature 1958 - present
Two barrel graphs depicting CO₂ concentration of the atmosphere and the global temperature anomaly since 1958 and how they are rising with each other. Data is from GISS Surface Temperature...
How technological innovation is transforming airport terminals. Infographic made for RLab, the science and tech weekly of La Repubblica
Global Carbon Budget 2017
Designed as an A4 printed giveaway graphic for delegates as well as a vehicle for presentation purposes at the COP23 Climate change meeting in Bonn. This is an update on previous graphics to...
Arctic Sea Ice
Visualizing the shrinking extent of Arctic Sea Ice from 1989 to 2017.
Meat the Future
‘Meat the Future’ is an infographic design based on the OECD’s (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) data of ‘World Meat Consumption and Production’. The design is intended to...
We Are Alone Are We?
WE ARE ALONE ARE WE? is a set of four visualizations on the questions behind the search for extraterrestrial life: Is there any? How could we reach them? What would they look like? And how would we...
Summer in Tokyo is Gradually Becoming Hotter and Longer
This heat map indicates the average daily temperatures of the summer season (June to September) in Tokyo over the course of 140 years. You can hover over or tap on a cell to see detailed...