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Zugspitze Cable Car
This infographic was created for the magazine of the german automobile club ADAC. It illustrates the newly opened cable car to the Zugspitze in the Alps. The infographic visualizes the most...
Medical Insurance System
This is our thinking about the different physique of the medical system. We see the medical system as a capsule of innumerable human social developments. In our view, human beings are bound by...
A Year in Flights
This data art piece conveys the intricacies of a year’s worth of flights performed by Transavia, a Dutch airline. Each flight is turned into an abstract shape whose appearance is completely...
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...
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....
London Atmospheric Emissions Inventory 2013
Greater London Annual Mean NO2 modelled concentrations for 2020 on a 20m grid.
Air-To-Air Missile Progress: China's Military Missile Weapon
China's military increasingly prosperous, in view of the theme of One Belt And One Road.We aimed at China's air-to-air missile technology for data analysis.According to system data and the model...
While doctors dream of one day perfecting medical treatments on digital clones of a patient, virtual organs are already being simulated in supercomputers. This documentary describes the efforts of...
Photographic Darkroom Process
The photographic darkroom process is the main line and the development of photographic materials is the subordinate line. By using collage, solve the mysteries of photography.
Modernization Of Traditional Chinese Medicine
For traditional Chinese medicine, many people have misconceptions that traditional Chinese medicine has no scientific basis and is very old and will be eliminated. But in today's China, traditional...
What Islamic Golden Age Thinkers Discovered Long Before The West
What Middle-eastern thinkers discovered long before the west.
The BMJ Visual Abstracts
Practicing doctors and researchers need to keep up to date with new medical research, but it can be challenging to read every paper that could be relevant. To help our time-pressured readers to get...
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.
The Invisible Capital
After the Cambridge Analytica leak and the GDPR introduction in the EU, we became much more aware about our "data pouring". How big is the amount of data we give to Tech Companies for free? Is it...
The chart introduces the formation and evolution of oil into the necessities of our life, from which we can understand the changes of oil from beginning to end. From the chart, we can understand...
Groundwater Guardians: What is an Aquifer
This is an infographic, part of a set of infographics, designed to teach people about where their water comes from and how to protect it.
Limbo Lines: Dead Here, Alive There
Brain death’s role in the uncertainties of death
Water is not only the source of life, but also the material basis of social economic development and social progress. However, water resources are scarce in China, the thirteenth largest in the...
Breakdown Of The OTC Medicines Market In Britain
An essential visual guide for pharmacists on the growth in the over-the-counter medicines market over the year, containing data on the key products that they need to be aware of and the key trends...
Arctic Sea Ice is Shrinking
A look at the change in the amount of sea ice in the Arctic over the last four decades. In reviewing the data, it struck me that I could convey the numbers in an arctic aesthetic, allowing the...
A timeline of the conversations between Earth and the spacecraft of the Apollo 11 mission from lift off to splashdown.
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....
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...
The Massive Prize Luring Miners to the Stars
It might sound like science fiction, but a niche group of companies is making its way to the far reaches of the solar system, aiming to get rich by mining asteroids. Industry barons see a future...
The worst flu season in eight years
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...
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...
The Great Rush To Replicate The Brain
The history of artificial intelligence development and the benefits that neuromorphic computers could bring. Infographic designed for the weekly RLab: nature, science and technology Repubblica...
The Race to the Moon
A student project, visualization the Space Race between the USA and USSR, to see who would be the first to put a man on the moon. I experimented with various ways of summarizing, grouping, and...
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...