FRONT PAGE FINGERPRINT by Derek Chan, a data visualization made with the Processing language. The formal elements of the New York Times front page such as white space, headline size and length, body copy, imagery and color palette are shown for each day.
Visualising music is back! I was asked to design this poster to be a gift for a special occasion. The song "Angels" and the colour palette was chosen by the person who commissioned this.Based on a music score, this poster represents a visualisation of t…
Graphic design inspiration Source - Cool poster by "Dave" Love love looovvee the thought of putting the child silhouette with the city. Show cases the idea that we have the world in our hand for benefit as children- just like the American dream.
Carbon Footprint #infographic: Yep, US and China are the worst offenders. Russia, India and Japan are right behind.
Global Carbon Footprint by country. This information may be about 10 years old. Plus, a per capita carbon footprint is a more accurate picture. For example China has the highest total carbon emissions, but the USA has a much higher per capita rate.
Designs for secondary coverage: I love this because it incorporates a lot of information with just the right amount of visual elements. We could morph this into a really cool spread on virtually any topic. Love this poster design