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Sound And Vision
“Sound and Vision” is a project, which analyses and visualises different songs of Björk’s album “Homogenic”. The sound sculptures are exploring characteristics of the artist and the album. Are...
The Cycle of Women’s Reproductive Rights in America
This is a timeline consisting of 20 years in American history, all of which had major influence on both the progress and regress of women’s reproductive rights in the United States of America. The...
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...
30° is a data visualization of marine data in the form of an installation. The measurement data originate from the thirtieth longitude and are printed in chronological order in small typography on...
WonderNet - Physicality of Networks
What is the shape of networks? How do we experience network sculptures? Our goal with this project is to bring networks to life as physical objects, a testimony to their physical reality in spite...
Slow Down - Data Physicalization Of NYC Traffic Fatalities
Slow Down visualizes locations of traffic crash fatalities of pedestrians, bike riders, and drivers that occurred in New York City from 2010 to 2017. It takes a unique physical form with powerful...
The DataPhys Project
A project that communicates information in a beautiful and unusual way. Using simple features, Evandro Damião a data intelligence professional from Brazil creates a project that allows even...
Visualization of CT-scan data from a block-lifted early medieval Alemannic grave staged in the style of a triptych. It has been printed on acrylic glass to be backlit and hence recollects an x-ray...
Written In The Stars
Written in the Stars. This tells a story, our story. But it is not unique, it in part belongs to all of us that have fallen for another. The technology industry can, at times, earn its...
Arachnophobia afflicts more than 100 million Americans. But are spiders really that bad?
The Year in Language
From selfie to wavy, everyday people turn to Google Search to learn definitions, ask questions, and find information. When we add up each of these moments and searches, we see interesting changes...
This poster is a dataviz on the subject of overcrowded housing in France. By using sardine can, it refers to a french turn of phrase "packed like sardines". This datavisualisation was presented at...
Personal Objects of the Week
Some common objects that I normally use, constructing a narrative of the daily life of a graphic design student.
Subjective visualization about growth and developpement of the (at this time) most populated country in the world. From far away, as appealing as a visual poster. But Closer, subtile visualised...
Visualising Financial Market Contagion
On the ten year anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, how do we visualise financial markets contagion? It may seem an abstract question but abstract financial ideas cratered the world...
Customer value: Medium
What does Google know about me? What data does my bank save about me? In my final Graphic Design BA thesis I want to show how much and what data is collected from different corporations, like the...
Forma Fluens (Latin: Flowing Form) reveals an overlapping collection of drawings generated by over 100,000 authors in "Quick, Draw!" game. Each image is slightly different. ”Every eye sees...
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...
The 20 Year Gap
Over recent decades life expectancy in the UK has risen, yet the onset of age-related disability has not kept pace. The ‘20 Year Gap’ gives a physical form to this data-driven insight. The height...
ABC | Letter Viz
A while ago I had the idea of analysing texts from books and compare words, letters across time periods, languages... So far I've been looking at the letter content in four different languages...
Living with Fire
For plant species native to California, forest fires are an expected part of the natural environment. Many of these species have unique adaptations to withstand fire - and some even depend on fire...
The Harvest Chart visualizes the weekly crop harvest of fruits and vegetables across the United States in an interactive data visualization. The design objective for the project was to answer a...
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,...
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...
This is a work on a simple hierarchical classification of sharks.
It's Still A Man's World: Ongoing Gender Inequalities
My aim here is to push the boundaries of inequality data visualisation. Usual visualisations are 2D, i.e. "Screenland". I present selected UN gender issues/data in a mix of graphic and physical...
Mindscapes are landscapes of the mind, a therapeutic practice through mind mapping of intuitive thinking. The visualization was made from the artist's self-reflection data, as a closure to the...
Three Years Of Meetings
Will most meetings be remote in the future? This was the question that sparked my curiosity and inspired my exploration of every one of my work meetings from the last 3 years (Aug. 2016 - Aug....
Can You Draw Switzerland? (Wie Gut Können Sie Die Schweiz Aus Dem Gedächtnis Zeichnen?)
We've seen our country's borders countless times, on maps, train schedules, weather forecasts. But how well can we draw them from memory? For the national holiday, we challenged our readers with a...
One Year of Visual Narratives. Visualizing Cultural, Current and Social Topics for La Lettura
Federica Fragapane collaborates with La Lettura as information designer. The visualizations collected in One Year of Visual Narratives are part of an experimental research process and deal with...