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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
Predictions: What Earth Will Be Like 100 Years in the Future
Samsung recently commissioned the world's leading futurists, architects, technology forecasters and sociological soothsayers to cast their visionary insight 100 years into the future.
Never trust the first number announced in a data breach
When a company or government agency suffers a data breach, the number of records they say were lost are often preliminary estimates, whether they say so or not. Typically, the investigation has...
NarcoData is a summary of 40 years of organized crime in Mexico. Organized crime in our country has overwhelming proportions that concerns itself not only with an expanding drug market, but has...
GENDER GDP/GAP attempts to communicate the stark contrast between the economic dynamism of world’s richest countries’ and the unequal political representation that has characterised it, since 1960.
The Chart of Cosmic Exploration
Probe the solar system from Mercury to Pluto with this stellar schematic of space exploration! From the Luna 2 in 1959 to the DSCOVR in 2015, this color-coded chart traces the trajectories of every...
A year of pizza
Data visualisation project about the author's pizza consumption during the year 2016.
Order Out of Chaos
My pieces represent reckless occurrences in the mind explained on paper.
Star wars: the force accounted
Although the Force is vague and entirely fictitious, this infographic identifies, measures, and categorises use of the Force of the first 6 Star Wars movies.
Dress For Our Time
Dress For Our Time, by award-winning artist and designer Helen Storey MBE RDI (London College of Fashion, UAL Centre for Sustainable Fashion) and creative agency Holition is a unique installation...
Jellyfish in Motion
For an article in the May issue of Scientific American, Eleanor Lutz—with input from Bradford J. Gemmell, a marine biologist at the University of South Florida—developed a series of...
In the aftermath of the Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear disasters, millions were displaced, and once bustling communities became husks of their past selves. While the emptiness of these places is...
Social Media Habits In Johannesburg
The purpose of this project is to represent and explain data quickly and effectively in a visual and interactive way that represents and tells a story about one particular aspect of Johannesburg....