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Oceans' Warm And Cold Spells
This colorful graph shows when and where the oceans' surface temperatures have seen warm and cold spells in the last 10 years. Mind you that temperature, latitude, longitude and time add up to...
The Belt And Road-Infographic
The Belt And Road is not only a continuation of the ancient Silk Road, but also a new development.This design cuts in the traffic, project and trade under the big theme, interpreting The Belt And...
The Science of Hummingbirds
Fast, intelligent and as small as your thumb, hummingbirds are a marvel of a bird.
Limbo Lines: Dead Here, Alive There
Brain death’s role in the uncertainties of death
The Chart of Medical School Admissions
Medical School is extremely competitive. You need to have nearly perfect grades and MCAT scores. Then there is an overwhelming number of schools to consider. Inspired by Priestley this chart tries...
Artificial Senses visualizes sensor data of the machines that surround us to develop an understanding how they experience the world. In current times, machine learning and artificial...
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...
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.
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....
ACE- Acoustic Course For Engineers
ACE is an interactive web-based engineering course designed to increase vibroacoustic awareness. ACE consists of two modules: Module 1 – Vibroacoustic Materials – contains 11 chapters with quizzes...
The World Skyline
A web interactive collection of 115 illustrations of the most famous tall structures from 2600 BC to 2022. They in been selected for specific criteria: (1) former tallest structures; (2) tallest...
The Many Moons of Jupiter
From Galileo Galilei to modern day, this data visualization maps over 400 years of Jovian discovery, displaying every currently known moon of Jupiter, each one featuring the year of discovery,...
Studies of GMO foods have shown tumors, organ failure, gastric lesions, liver damage, kidney damage, allergic reactions and more. This poster is outrage at our nation's food supply system which I...
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...
Sci Fi → Sci Fact
If the world is made of narratives, the best way to forecast our future is to understand which stories are influencing our thinking and technological imagination. By looking at outstanding top...
'Mars. The Conquest Of A Dream'
Towards Mars: A LED light timeline of different missions to Mars showing around the visitor the reaching point of each one.
The Drake Equation
In 1961, Astronomer Frank Drake came up with an equation to estimate how many detectable extraterrestrial civilizations might exist in our galaxy. Each variable is a crucial factor for the...
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 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...
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 Clone Era of China
On November 27, 2017, the worldundefineds first somatic cloned monkey "Zhong" was born at the Institute of Neuroscience of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the non-human primate platform of the...
As Disease-Bearing Ticks Head North: Weak Government Response Threatens Public Health
These animated maps show how the warming climate is bringing ticks and lyme disease to Maine. This distills mountains of climate data into high density graphical displays.
Every Nobel laureate by country, prize and academic affiliation.
Can Humans Live Well Without Pillaging the Planet?
The piece designed for Scientific American focuses on the relationship between achieving a range of social objectives that can provide a good life and surpassing environmental impact limits needed...
Visualizing Toxicity in Twitter Conversations
In late June, Deb Roy approached me to ask if I would be interested in doing some visualization work for a presentation he’d be giving at Twitter’s all-hands event with Bridgit Mendler. The...
Satellites: 60 Years In Orbit
Over 8000 satellites belonging to 70+ nations have been launched into the Earth’s orbit since the first Sputnik. We commemorate 60 years of space exploration with an interactive 3D-map of every...
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.
How much does your country invest in R&D?
Global spending on R&D reaches record high of almost US$1.7 trillion. See how much your country spends.
I combined the knowledge of graphic design with information design to create an infographic about introducing clouds. In the chart, I introduced the process of cloud formation, composition, and the...
Paper collection of waste in Italy, waste production and 'consumption of paper' year by year from 1990 to 2016.