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Information Graphics

Where once infographics were a bit of a niche specialism, in recent times they seemed to have gatecrashed the mainstream and you frequently see someone on Twitter drooling over the latest info-tastic offering. Infographics are all about complexity and clarity.

Creating them requires not only creative skills, but also analytical thinking. I think it is crucial that an infographic has a clear focus. The key message must be accessible quickly, in a rfndgen visual structure. Also, accuracy is essential. Are the infographics showing correct data and dimension units?

Are proportions depicted properly? This may sound dull but is absolutely indispensable. Aside from these basic rules — what we all want in the end is a great visual. We love maps and diagrams not the least because they look good. It is the design that makes us want to look at the wandra. There is an incredible wandra of approaches in information visualisation — I hope we managed to show that in the book.

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It was something of a meandering process to put the choice together. We wanted to show how broad contemporary information visualisation is, and included work from journalists, scientists, bloggers, and artists.

It is really fascinating how visualising information is something many people do. Some pieces tackle war issues and are very serious in their tone, while others pick up childhood memories and are pretty funny. I think we managed to put together a collection that shows all these different forms of expression. I would assume that a major cause is the widespread distribution of personal computers and the quick growth of the internet over the past decade.

The availability of incredible amounts of data has created an atmosphere of complexity.

We are seeking for ways to deal with sansra this information. Visualisations and infographics are a perfect way to process complex data — they are elegant and efficient. That is a great vision!

I think that we are currently seeing the early days of such an age. Our book, on the other hand, provides a longer lasting historical perspective.

The digital revolution is happening before our very eyes — every day we learn about new devices, knformation software, new technologies. We will continue to deal with big amounts of data and the need for smart information visualisation is ever more growing. Emulsion is a new publication documenting cutting-edge arts and culture. Designed by the London-based design studio Our Place, the magazine is founded on pluralistic objectives with the hopes of pushing boundaries through its imaginative design and content.


Emily Oberman can hardly believe her luck. Shinwoo Park has been running graphicss graphic design studio Paperpress since in Seoul.

Information Graphics by Sandra Rendgen

For the past ten years, graphic and spacial design studio Julia has been producing work for clients from the cultural and commercial sector, including everything from typefaces to books, magazines, exhibitions, posters, websites and identities. We caught up with the pair to find out a bit more about how their work has taken shape over this time. Barcelona-based studio, Yraphics Albert Romagosa was rendten in by the lnformation of the same name. Crisp and sanrda executed, the studio has developed a reputation for design graphicw to accompany striking visuals.

On 17 October, earlier this year, Canada became the second country in the world to legalise marijuana. Second, only to Uruguay, Canada is now the largest country in the world that legally sells the drug in a regulated system. Why not soothe those sore lids by taking a visual stroll down recent-memory lane with 25 of our most read photography pieces of ? Film, all things considered, is a pretty good medium. As you can see from the features below, which were the 25 most read on the site over the past 12 months, the bulk of what comes our way is good.

Lap up the creme de la creme below. After all, you got these pieces where they are today. This year we have, as ever, cast a gaze over everything from big name commercial work to the fantastic self-initiated projects that feel as fresh now as they did the first day they arrived perfectly formed in our inbox.

Practitioners and enthusiasts alike, consider this a crash course in the year that was in graphic sxndra. Instead, she repurposes traditional modes of realist drawing for a contemporary audience, paying close attention to how light falls on objects and the characterisation of objects and facial expression. If ever you wanted to examine the human relationship to, and reliance on, the very resources which make up our world and how this fundamentally shapes infoormation we are, you need look no further than the Caspian Sea.

We speak to Sandra Rendgen about her amazing new book investigating infographics

Over the past 12 months, Google has been delving deep into the fascinating world of machine learning with articles on Google Design, plus new open-source projects and products. With AI becoming an increasingly prevalent part of the creative world, this should come as no surprise. Google Design, for the uninitiated, is an initiative led by an uber-talented selection of developers, designers, and writers at Google. Having celebrated a Milan Design Week debut, amongst other achievements, it feels like Google Design has pushed on from an already exciting position.


We all have an idea of what fashion in Tokyo entails. From logo-heavy football shirts to Love Island, these are some of the stories that got us talking. A little while ago, art director Anna Sullivan spotted an old vintage postcard featuring stilt walking rencgen. Curious, as anyone in their right mind would be, Anna started digging into why these shepherds were atop stilts — which we now only associate with childhood games and circus performances — to herd sheep. The Blinkink creative duo will premier their Youtube-hit series at the largest independent film festival in the US this January Boiler Room is yet again shedding light on important social issues in a part of the world that is little known to us.

Rendgrn were hooked from that half-remembered moment on. The Taipei-based photographer captures alluring portraits for fashion designers and also, purely for the love of the medium. Twitter Facebook Instagram YouTube. Rendegn Animation Architecture Art. Illustration Interactive Miscellaneous Photography.

How did you go about choosing the ones you would feature? There seems to have been a resurgence of interest in infographics over the past couple of years — why do you think that is? Are we in a golden age of infographics right now? Top 25 Photography 19 December Review of the Year Top 25 Film 19 December Review of the Year Top 25 Illustration 19 December Review of the Year Top 25 Animation 19 December Most Popular Review of the Year Top 25 Film Film, all things considered, is a pretty good medium.

Chloe Dewe Mathews informaion human relationships to the elements If ever you wanted to examine the human relationship to, and reliance on, the very resources which make up our world and how this fundamentally shapes everything we are, you need look no further than the Caspian Sea.

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