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Miriam Jacobi and Lucas Hesse translate symbiosis using visual processes

Miriam Jacobi and Lucas Hesse translate symbiosis using visual processes for a recent project. If you’re a little lost, symbiosis is “a close interaction between two different biological organisms” and the ideal route of visualising this scientific subject saw the duo utilise both illustration and typographic messaging. They began by…

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Bright Visuals | Daniel Aristizábal for Toy Nail Polish

These colourful scenes were created by Daniel Aristizábal for the launch of the new website of Toy nail polish. The visuals had to include lots of colour, surrealism, games and delicious looking things, and we have to say that Daniel succeeded! The scenes feature a fun looking imaginary world of relaxation and…

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A Milan Expo pavilion every day | Day 27: Uruguay

Uruguay’s Expo pavilion is the first to be designed by Uruguayan architects, specifically by Javier Díaz for INAC, and offers visitors a multisensory experience of the South American country inside a space with a great balance between green spaces and built up areas. The five areas of the pavilion are all interconnected,…

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A new City identity for Porto | Atelier Martino&Jana

In just 18 days, Atelier Martino&Jaña created a proposal for a new city identity for the city of Porto, Portugal. The agency, themselves from Porto, wanted to help elevate the perception of the city and really represent the city through their branding, and studied the city’s history in order to approach the…

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Save the Bees | Barnes & Webb

Barnes & Webb is a London based beehive rental company set up in 2013 by Chris Barnes and Paul Webb. They’re passionate about bees and urban beekeeping and found a way of sharing this experience and the honey with others. They’ve been placing hives across the capital building an urban…

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Real-Time Face Mapping | Nobumichi Asai

Movie director Nobumichi Asai recently published this work that feature a real time face video mapping. The result is astonishing, spacing from virtual make up to droid-like metallic face, arriving to incredible polygonal abstracts. All this while the model naturally moves her face side to side without any distortion of…

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Fairy tale photos | Margarita Kareva

Russia-based photographer Margarita Kareva is just one of the many photographer around the world who marks her superb talent in photography through magical and fantasy art. With so much passion, Kareva captures dream-like and magical fairy tale photos with real props and is combined with Photoshop manipulation. You can see below…

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Why Most People’s Charts & Graphs Look Like Crap

Data visualization is a powerful tool to communicate complex information in an engaging way. By visualizing information, our brains can synthesize and retain content more effectively, increasing its impact. But if data isn’t properly visualized, it can do more damage than good. The wrong presentation can diminish the data’s message…

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A Visual Compendium of Typewriters | Pop Chart Lab

A throwback to the original word processor, this chart features over 60 beautiful hand-illustrations of some of the greatest typewriters from antiquity to recent history. Underscoring over 100 years of essential models from the first Hammond in 1870 to the Remington Rands and Smith Coronas of the 20th century, these…

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Mirror Art Installation | London

Internationally known for his captivating, three-dimensional visual illusions, Argentine artist Leandro Erlich has been commissioned by the Barbican to create a new installation in Dalston. Resembling a theatre set, the detailed facade of a Victorian terraced house – recalling those that once stood on the street – lies horizontally on…