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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...
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...
The French who have a garden
Visualization of the proportion of French people who have a garden (60%). Infographic from "The French" collection by Vite Vu Bien Vu
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...
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,...
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...
100 Data Stories
A small visual exploration of the episodes and guests of the Data Stories podcast by Christian Laesser. You find the podcast of Enrico Bertini and Moritz Stefaner at datastori.es. You can make your...
Cracking the Mystery of Egg Shape
Every egg rolls a different way. For centuries, scientists wondered why egg shapes are so different from one bird to the next. Now, we think we’ve finally cracked the mystery. To start,...
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
A World of Drugs
Artwork for Visual Data, the column on "La Lettura", the cultural supplement of "Corriere Della Sera". The visualization shows the retail price of 8 drugs analyzed by UNODC (United Nations Office...
The Blue Lagoon Recipe
Data design created with the blue lagoon ingredients. A successful cocktail is a matter of proportions. Yes but which ones? Here is the visual recipe of the famous Blue Lagoon. A diamond of color...
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...
Re-Visualisations of Images by Smart Knowledge Engine
Paintings and other images become a '3D movable object' with more depth, detail and structure in 'True Colour 3D'. User controls can vary lighting and other effects of appearance. Images were...
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...
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...
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...
Which cities are toughest to observe Ramadan in?
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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 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...
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...
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...
My Life Through Data workbook
My Life Through Data is a physical interactive workbook of activities for people to track their daily habits, visualize them in a beautiful and unique way, then compare their lives to the American...
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...
Personal Objects of the Week
Some common objects that I normally use, constructing a narrative of the daily life of a graphic design student.
Japan - Facts & Curiosities
Japan is truly unique, a country where ancient traditions are fused with modern life as if it were the most natural thing in the world. By interacting with this visualisation you will embark on a...