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Market Cafe Magazine Issue 1
Market Cafe Magazine is a quarterly zine about data visualization. Reading Market Cafe Magazine you’ll hear from different voices about what designing information means and where it’s going. Our...
How Common is Your Birthday?
It’s baby season in America, with September the busiest month for births on average in the last two decades. So it seemed like the right time to remix this blog’s most-popular post: How Common is...
Sound as Color
Sound as Color is an exploration in converting audible frequencies to electromagnetic waves. This makes them perceptible to the human eye, creating a colour palette which corresponds to the audible...
PhillyRow: Anatomy of a Rowhouse
This infographic series is the result of a collaboration of faculty and students at Tyler School of Art. Under the guidance of the faculty partners of PhillyRow, students conducted field work to...
Mission No. 91
Mission No. 91 is an attempt to portray the scale of the effort and sacrifice of the men who flew long, dangerous bomber missions in World War II. The 91st mission of the VIII Bomber Command was...
Knock on Wood
Knock on wood is a reflection on the difference between living and lasting. Accepting the ephemeral and delicate nature of life, and considering death, is nothing more than clarifying what is...
Where is the letter?
We made a small analysis of how often and in what part of a word each letter of the Russian alphabet appears in the language as a whole. This graph shows the relative distribution of each letter,...
EPFL Data Monolith
The EPFL Data Monolith presents an immersive data perspective on the complex microcosmos that constitutes university life. It is on display at the Data Square exhibition in the ArtLab building at...
How Long Does it Take to (Quick) Draw a Dog?
This piece looks at the newly released Google Quick, Draw dataset of over 50 million doodles and focuses on the length of time it takes the ameatur artists to draw a selection of these doodles. The...
A Decade of Yearbooks
Infographic design about the 10 editions of the 'Anuario de Ilustradores' (Illustrators’ Yearbook), a self-initiated and crowdfunded project in which I’ve participated for 9 years. This piece shows...
This project is about the revival of the ancient Incan Quipu. Quipu is a recording device used by the Incas for collecting and keeping track of data. It consists of cords containing numeric and...
Los momentos del vino (The wine moments)
This infographic shows a report of white wine and another one of red wine. It is published in a digital newspaper of tourism, leisure and gastronomy. Each report explains what there is to know...
King James Vs COBE
The King James Bible, and how it appears using the same color-scale as the historic COBE map of the cosmic microwave background that famously showed the afterglow from the big bang. (Blue=negative...
Personal Objects of the Week
Some common objects that I normally use, constructing a narrative of the daily life of a graphic design student.
Block Bills – 64 banknotes generated from the Bitcoin Blockchain
Created by Matthias Dörfelt, ‘Block Bills’ is a series of 64 banknotes generated from the Bitcoin Blockchain. Each banknote represents one block in the chain and the whole series consist of 64...
Are you aware of the air quality in your home?
The work aims to point out most common air pollutants in and outside our homes. They vary from small sources like aerosols from pets and formaldehyde form beauty products to the biggest pollutants...
Data that feels gravity.
Here are data that feel gravity. This presented physical object offers "statistics at your fingertips". Such objects make data more exciting that are worthwhile to be remembered and...
Which cities are toughest to observe Ramadan in?
A Data Book About Territories
Brazil is formed by 26 states, divided into 5 570 municipalities. The first edition of the Data Book was about the state of Minas Gerais, with 853 municipalities. The data book contains...
How To Fix a Toilet (And Other Things We Couldn't Do Without Search)
Every year, millions come to Google to search for news and information that helps illuminate the world around them. While people often search for breaking news, the latest sports scores, or what's...
The Titanic, facts and numbers
The artwork is a visual exploration of the disaster of the RMS Titanic. It shows the distribution of survivals and victims by class, sex, and age group. There are also a geographical analysis of...
Christmas 2015 Was Filled With Hoverboards — And Hoverboard Injuries
As people flood into stores on Black Friday to do their holiday shopping on the cheap, which toys will they be scouring the aisles for? Smart R2-D2, if they think they can beat the hordes, or maybe...
Stolen Memory (Memoria Robada) is a multimedia, data-driven investigation about the cultural heritage trafficking in the country. This investigation was part of a transnational project in five...
#AChartADay, launched on our Instagram account in september, 2016, is a side-project born as a graphic experiment with data visualization. A daily updated feed shows both the classic and the less...
100 Days of Summer - Plants in Finland
The summer in Finland is too short for many plants to grow. Summer months in Nordic countries only last for about 3 months, approximately 100 days. Inspired by the book by Neil Fletcher, I wanted...
The Timing of Baby Making
In October 2012, Hurricane Sandy had just hit the Northeast US when the theories about "Sandy babies" started trickling in. As the story goes, whenever people are stuck in one place for a long time...
Urban Data Patterns
The project "Urban Data Patterns" is at the intersection between Visual Design and Data Science and it's goal is to develop independent concepts for visualising large data sets. The data used in...
Bad Air Days
Bad Air Days presents the 100 most delayed flight routes from UK airports over a 12 month period (April 2016 to May 2017). The graphic breaks the top 100 down by the origin and destination of the...
Wie groß ist...? (=How big is....)
"How big is...?" is an ongoing series of infographics for children which I created for the Warum!-magazine. It started out as a series about size, but quickly became focused on trying to make...
Places I've been to
The visualization is a self-exploration study. This is how I prepared myself to travel to the multiple destinations that are mapped, according to my browser history. Each ring represents a website...