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How to create the largest geographic art installation in the world? Answer: PI We begin this process by hand casting individual sculptures of the numerical sequence of PI. As the work...
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...
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...
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...
Bread and Money! The Russian economy on the eve of the revolution
Part of a twelve-strong interactive series, this project commemorates 100 years since the Russian October Revolution. This unorthodox Minecraft-styled infographic handles the basics of an economic...
This project collects medical material into a visual design, which includes information charts, posters and app interface presentations. We feature ten main organs, and the most common diseases for...
Data Viz Project
Datavizproject.com is a comprehensive archive of data visualizations. The website presents all relevant and popular data visualizations, so you can find the right visualization and get inspired how...
Crime: How at risk are you?
Today, for the first time, BBC News, working with the Office for National Statistics, is providing you with a way of understanding your risk of being a victim of crime in England and Wales. If you...
Data-Driven Guides: Supporting Expressive Design for Information Graphics
We present Data-Driven Guides, a technique for designing expressive data graphics. Instead of being confined by predefined templates or marks, designers can generate guides from data and use the...
Most Popular Fields of Study Since 1970
The National Center for Education Statistics maintains a variety of metrics related to various levels of schooling. Poking around, I wondered what the kids these days are learning and how it might...
Diamonds are Forever
The artwork shows in the first inner circumference the five most expensive diamonds in the world, in the middle the ten largest rough diamonds, and in the outer the number of deposits by country
The shape of income in America
This chart shows how weekly incomes for workers 25 and older vary by education level, gender, and race/ethnicity. Each bar represents an education level — less than high school, high school, some...
Which skills are most in demand where you live?
Skills most in demand according to LinkedIn: 2014 & 2015
The Periodic Table of Northern Tea
The periodic table of northern tea is an homage to my mother's dinner-time combinations from my youth. Many an evening was spent with her reeling off what at the time seemed like endless...
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...
#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...
Simplications are representations of time data. This collection was initially developed as watchfaces for the Pebble smartwatch and launched on Kickstarter. Simplications range from simple to...
The Nuremberg trials prosecuted the leaders of Nazi Germany but did not necessarily end their lives. 70 years after the "the greatest trial in history" was concluded, we trace the life stories of...
This infographic is a static A3 poster which highlights the startups that emerged in India from January 2015 to August 2016. It communicates the popular industry verticals amongst Indian startups,...
Personal Objects of the Week
Some common objects that I normally use, constructing a narrative of the daily life of a graphic design student.
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...
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...
The Living News: Real-time News Visualization
This experimental real-time news visualization analyses latest news feed based on sentiments, subjectivity, and content analysis. Using machine learning and generative design principles, the...
Pianeta Terra – Our World Drawn with Infographics
"Pianeta Terra" is a children book published by National Geographic Kids and White Star in Italy, France and Poland. The aim of the book is to provide a innovative narrative of the Earth to the...
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...
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...
This is not a graph (Ceci n'est pas un graph)
"This is not a graph" is an internal initative created by the Creative and Design team of the Kantar Health Paris office. The title "This is not a Graph" is inspired from "This is not a pipe",...
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...
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...
The River of Authors
The River of Authors is an enormous mural celebrating 250 of literary history at the offices of book publisher Hachette UK. Using data from the British Library, it features the names of 5,000...