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Dustmarks And Ozone Tattoos: Autographic Displays Of Air Pollution
Autographic visualizations are based on material evidence rather than digital data. They aim to make the material conditions of data collection experiential and accountable. Staubmarke and Ozone...
Personal Objects of the Week
Some common objects that I normally use, constructing a narrative of the daily life of a graphic design student.
One day, one data: The calendar of 365 days worldwide in dataviz.
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...
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....
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...
The Structure Of Recent Philosophy
50000 papers in philosophy, bringing out the major groupings of the discipline.
Flowers Of The Sky
Dutch conductor and musician Krijn Koetsveld is artistic lead of classical vocal ensemble Le Nuove Musiche. Together they constantly seek out confrontations between past and present. Their most...
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
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...
At the crossroads of data design and data art, “Data Shapes” is an experimental project that introduces a realtime way to visualize the global flow of public data (referring to both free and open...
When Was The Last Time You’ve Had Snow On Christmas?
Every year we ask ourselves whether it will snow on Christmas Eve, and we wonder when was the last time we really had a white Christmas. So last year we did a winter special. The data project not...
Climate Change Cross Stitch
Each row of this cross stitch represents the average temperature for that year. It starts from 1880 (top row) to 2017 (bottom row). White is the average temperatures of the years 1900 to 2000. The...
10th Anniversary Hahn+Zimmermann
For the 10th anniversary of our company we visualized the collaboration with our clients from the company foundation in early 2008 until end of the year 2017. A leporello with 10 postcards shows...
Thousands of bird sounds visualized using machine learning.
How do you pronounce “GIF”?
It depends on where you live
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...
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...
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 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...
Cairn aims at understanding the variety of practices in third spaces. It explores alternatives to questionnaires and other traditional evaluation techniques by stressing aesthetic, affective and...
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...
How Long Does it Take to (Quick) Draw a Dog?
An exploration of drawing time in Google's Quickdraw dataset
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...
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...
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...
Energy Usage At 10 Downing Street
10 Downing Street shares its sustainability data so that everybody can help to identify new savings and suggest improvements. This dashboard examines how much energy is used at different times of...
Stats Against the Odds
»Stats Against the Odds« is a declaration of love through data. It is a handmade book visualizing specific facts about a (very) long distance relationship, and thus telling its story. Some...
Today, by simply walking in the streets of Cairo or tuning into one of the national TV channels, one is captured by hundreds of real estate billboards and TV ads that share certain characteristics....