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A Different Approach to the Calendar

A Different Approach to the Calendar A Different Approach to the Calendar

The people behind ghin took a different approach to design a calendar due to the frustration of having to look at dates in units of 7 or 31 days – here's their radial calendar 2010. Read more

World Cup Schedule

World Cup Schedule World Cup Schedule

Finally we can follow the football results in a visually pleasing way: Martin Oberhäuser has created this beautiful playing schedule for the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa. Read more

The Four Seasons Visualized

The Four Seasons Visualized The Four Seasons Visualized

Recently I've spotted a beautifully designed study of The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi. It's the work by Laia Clos' studio mot. Read more

The Afghan Conflict – Possible Scenarios Visualized

The Afghan Conflict – Possible Scenarios Visualized The Afghan Conflict – Possible Scenarios Visualized

The Afghan Conflict - A Map of Possible Scenarios is the collaboration work of Pierre la Baume, Karen Hentschel and Marc Tiedemann. It was initiated by the lecture Politikvisualisierung in winter 2009/2010 at the Fachhochschule Potsdam. Read more

How to Measure Type

How to Measure Type How to Measure Type

Matt Robinson & Tom Wrigglesworth have created a visualization about the ink usage of different typecases. The brilliancy here lies in the method on how the data is representated: the ink itself! Read more

Luxury of Protest | Typographical Sweetness

Luxury of Protest | Typographical Sweetness Luxury of Protest | Typographical Sweetness

The portfolio of Peter Crnokrak contains some imressive visualizations with a strong focus on reduction, typography and visual aesthetics. Read more

We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion

We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion

Sep Kamvar and Jonathan Harris have taken their interactive application "We Feel Fine" to another level—or should I say they taken it to a more basic level? In addition to the playful visualization they released a beatifully designed book entitled We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion. Read more

Visual Aid Shop

Visual Aid Shop

Stuff You’ve Forgotten, Things You Never Thought You Knew and Lessons You Didn’t Quite Get Around to Learning — visualized in a fun and understandable manner. Read more

The Life Cycle of the British Government

The Life Cycle of the British Government

The Life Cycle of the British Government is part of a statistical investigation into the British Government since 1979. It focuses on the Conservative Government under Thatcher and Major, and the current New Labour Government. Read more

Graphic presentation by Willard Cope Brinton

Graphic presentation by Willard Cope Brinton

Prof. Michael Stoll has uploaded a great amount of pages from Willard Cope Brinton's second book "Graphic Presentation". The set features some excellent vintage visualizations all dated before 1939. Read more

Mapping the UN Security Council Resolutions

Mapping the UN Security Council Resolutions

Piero Zagami has published some first impressions of a project called UNSC/R. With UNSC/R Zagami attempts to visualize data from the United Nations Securty Council Resolutions by classifying the 1794 Resolutions issued since the UN started its activity. Read more

Straight Facts and InfoPorn

Straight Facts and InfoPorn

The Form Magazin has a extensive cover feature in about information visualization in this month's issue. Karianne Fogelberg wrote a great article about current trends in infographics and questions whether classic propositions for graphical solutions such as clearity, perceivability and accessability still get treated as the main objectives. Read more

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