Halloween costumes - popularity by year
What are the odds of you?
Stop SOPA - How the internet changed congress mind in one day
Crisis in the horn of Africa
Coffee reference guide
A new edition of my Digital Nostalgia work commissioned for Wired Italy. All the information from the previous project was updated with most parts requiring a complete redesign to fit into a magazine format. I was given full control over layout and typography and Wired gave me use of metallic inks and thicker paper just for my section.
Well designed infographics by Paul Butt.
“A set of information graphics which examine the technological changes in our lifetimes and the influences they have had on our lives.”
For more detailed images and higher resolution graphics of the project, visit: sectiondesign.co.uk/digital-nostalgia-wired-italy
A PHD in Facial Hair.
This info-graphic of the “global” (really just France, Germany, Japan and USA) perception of creativity depicts some sad news about how work and school stifle creativity. Seeing this, I am reminded why I place importance on my pursuit of hobbies. The fact that I never (feel like I) have enough time to spend on my hobbies is a good thing, because I am able to appreciate and value those limited moments. (Similar to the way that chocolate looses it’s luster when I start eating it all the time, but it holds tremendous healing powers when I reserve it only to satisfy a craving). Those few moments of intense satisfaction, when I’m able to get my hands dirty and create, ignite and prepare me for all the duties in life. Simply put: hobbies make my world go round.
My favorite line in there is “Americans believe US is most creative.” Of course they do.