Exploring Open Source Data to Visualize 99-Cents Stores
I used a business database from my public library, free data visualization tools, and art supplies to create a 3D map of 99-cents stores.
A Decade Wrapped – Plotting Nostalgia for a Data Viz Gift
Need a great gift idea? Try making a personalized data viz for that special someone.
Visualizing Emotions with Color Cubes
Using two different data sets, I leveraged color and 3-D structure to visualize the complexity and breadth of human emotion.
Finding Solace in Tracking My First Trimester Nights
Through sleepless nights and overwhelming fatigue, I used data and art to discover my strength—and the beauty of resilience.
Is It Data? Is It Art? It’s a Data Self-Portrait!
To step away from the constraints of her day job, a data vis practitioner made an introspective art piece with tools she hadn't used before.
Aida Horaniet Ibañez, Daniel Richter & Joëlla van Donkersgoed
From The Historical Archive To The Citizens: Visualizing Census Data From Brill Street in 1922
Inspired by historical census data from a former industrial city in Luxembourg, three researchers ventured into a project to turn population records into a tactile, 3-dimensional, and interactive exhibit.
A Camera That Prints the Futures We Envision – with a Bit of Help from an AI
One of the first things that made me fall in love with my husband was that in the early days of our nine-year relationship, he..
No Straight Lines: My Process Is Messy and Full of Failures and That’s Okay
The DVS Mentorship Program revolutionized my creative process: learning is iterative, failure is vital, growth comes in many forms, and straight lines are overrated. No..
Discovering Data Visualisation: How I Discovered and Fell in Love with Data Visualisation Art
I stumbled upon data visualisation art quite by accident early in 2022, at a time when I was at an interesting crossroads in my life...
Júlia Borsi, Tamás Varga & István Korompai
What’s a “Handmade Data Object” Anyway?
This is an unusual viz — for a variety of reasons — so here’s a quick guide to reading it: the two dials represent twelve..
Jason Forrest, Jill A. Brown, Nate Coursey, Tristan Guillevin, Jeff Harrison & Eli Holder
“In the end, all data visualization ends up with a conversation” — A Joint Review of Eyeo 2022
The Eyeo festival has always held an interesting place in the community as, I’m told, it never really focused on any specific subject matter. At..
Exploring Necessity, a Personal Data Art Project, by Tiziana Alocci
Tiziana Alocci, an award-winning information designer and lecturer based in London, recently launched a new data art series, Necessity. To learn more about the project,..
The Visual Evolution of the Tommy Westphall Universe
Television series finales often offer their long-time viewers heartfelt moments, character arc completions, plot line conclusions, tears, laughs and more. Unlike any other series finale,..
The Soul of Data: Data Physicalizations on Fabric
When my area went into lockdown in March of 2020, initial case counts were relatively low in my state, even as the coasts were plunged into..
The Information is Beautiful Awards are Back!
During our State of the Industry panel at Outlier, we welcomed a video address from a special guest: David McCandless. Founder of the Information is..
Encyclopedic Data Art
The digital edition of Iconographic Encyclopædia was a year-long project to breathe new life into an antique. In recent years, I’ve undertaken several of these..
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