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Working with D3.js and Canvas: When and How - Bocoup
We can create charts quickly when working with D3.js and standard DOM elements, but that comes with a key limitation: the number of nodes we can render is fairly small. Have you ever tried to render a scatterplot with 1000+ circles in SVG? If you have, then you’ve probably seen your browser crumble under the weight of its own DOM.
d3  data  graphics  blog  canvas  advice 
july 2014 by markogara
The Four Books of Visualising Sustainability | Visual Loop
The pop up book as a sensorial and experiential communication tool of environmental issues
book  graphics 
february 2014 by markogara
The State of Information Visualization, 2014
2013 was another exciting year for visualization. Between many new developments in data storytelling, a new wave of news graphics, new visualization blogs, better automated infographics, and visuals designed to hit you hard, it is difficult to decide what was most important. Here is a look back, and some ideas about where we’re going.
dataviz  infodesign  graphics 
january 2014 by markogara
Creative Review - The return of Father Brown
This month sees another fine set of reissues from Penguin – GK Chesterton's Father Brown series, designed in-house by Matthew Young with a nod to the influential work of Romek Marber.
penguin  bookcovers  design  graphics 
december 2013 by markogara
Why Should Engineers and Scientists Be Worried About Color?
At the core of good science and engineering is the careful and respectful treatment of data. We calibrate our instruments, scrutinize the algorithms we use to process the data, and study the behavior of the models we use to interpret the data or simulate the phenomena we may be observing. Surprisingly, this careful treatment of data often breaks down when we visualize our data.
design  graphics  science  ibm  data  colour  dataviz 
november 2013 by markogara
Thinking Oskar Schlemmer. 09 04 1888 | THINKINGFORM
Oskar Schlemmer was born on September 4, 1888 in Stugart, Germany. Schlemmer studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule and Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Stuttgart. He became pupil of Adolf Holzel. in 1915, He had an exhibition at the gallery called The Storm. The most famous work of him is "Triadisches Ballet" was premiered in 1916.
oskarschlemmer  graphics  bauhaus  proportion  calligraphy  design  clothes 
september 2013 by markogara
Youssef Habchi - Webdesigner Graphiste Illustrateur freelance en Alsace Vosges Lorraine
Welcome to my portfolio. My name is Youssef Habchi, and I'm a web designer, graphic designer, and illustrator based in the north east of France. I specialise in the creation of high quality multimedia projects, adapted to the specific needs of each client. I am available to work on web design, graphic design, or illustration projects.
design  graphics  webdesign  css  illustration 
july 2013 by markogara
Design Principles for News Apps & Graphics - ProPublica
While the tools and techniques to present large datasets in graphics and news apps may differ from project to project, the basic design principles stay pretty much the same. Many of these principles should seem pretty familiar – even if you’ve never studied design formally, you probably know some of them instinctively. Let’s name them, explain why they work and see how other designers, especially news designers, use them. Once you recognize the concepts, you’ll become more conscious of when and how to use them in your own projects.
design  development  graphics  journalism  data  ui 
june 2013 by markogara
Disciplinarities: intra, cross, multi, inter, trans | ARJ
For some papers I am currently working on, I have taken up my interest in definitions of different types of disciplinarities (see blog post from a couple of years ago). Since that time I think the talking about the need for working interdisciplinary has only increased, but still there seem to be no real incentives for actually making it possible to work truly interdisciplinary. This holds true when working within an academic setting, and it is even more difficult when trying to bridge academic and artistic disciplines.
graphics  icons  iconography 
april 2013 by markogara
totalcontent - the blog.: new work – Experian charities brochure.
A dinky printed brochure and e-flier for the global information services company Experian. Conceived, designed and illustrated by the good folk at Nottingham-based branding studio Cubic, this called for a softer approach, explaining the benefits of efficient data management to charity fundraisers. ‘Eight ways to grow your charity’ was based around the central conceit of horticulture and husbandry, using friendly illustration and tone of voice to convey a series of helpful tips. totalcontent provided all the words, achieving a balance between useful information and easy-going warmth, and digging deep for a succession of suitable gardening metaphors.
editorial  design  graphics  eco  charity  green  cartoon 
april 2013 by markogara
Creative Review - David James - in and out of print
Despite working for some of the world's most famous brands, David James has kept a low profile. Patrick Burgoyne meets the Prada art director whose career is about to undergo a major change.
graphics  sleeves  fashion  type 
april 2013 by markogara
F.H.K. Henrion / Designers Journal
This week, Martin Maher talks F.H.K. Henrion (1914-1990) – a true giant of British graphic design. During a long and eventful career Henrion was not only president of the most prestigious of design organisations (AGI), he also designed some of the most powerful social posters of World War II as well as single-handedly pioneering the concept of corporate identity programs. With accolades like these, as well as many more, one would think Henrion would be a household name within our own industry, but sadly it seems this is not the case. Born Frederick Henry Kay Henrion in Nuremberg, Germany on 18 April 1914, this highly talented, award-winning designer was granted his British nationality in 1946. He trained as a textile designer in Paris and he worked under Paul Colin in Paris and London from 1936 to 1939. It was whilst in Paris that he came across the works of Cassandre, the Surrealists and the Modernist movement.
design  graphics  uk 
april 2013 by markogara
Yusaku Kamekura, the forefront graphic modern japanese : Medina Magazine
Born in the Niigata prefecture in Japan and a student of the Institute of New Architecture and Industrial Arts, Yusaku Kamekura was more than acquainted with the Bauhaus principles and sense of design. Starting his design career at the publishing company Nippon Kaupapu, Kamekura has more than half a decade of experience in the design world. Combining the influences of the Bauhaus with insight to his traditional heritage, his work is recognized for its colorfully minimalist approach.
design  graphics  japan 
april 2013 by markogara
Thinking Fred Troller. 12 12 1930 | THINKINGFORM
Fred Troller was bron in Zurich on December 12, 1930. In 1950, Troller graduated from the Zurich School of design. He began his career as a teacher at the Kunstgewerbeschule Zürich. In 1954, he worked for the motion picture producer Lois de Rochemont. In the 1960, he worked for Geigy Chemical Corporation as design director in NY. In 1966, he established his own studio, Troller Associates, in Rye. His clients including Exxon, General Electric, I.B.M, Westinghouse, American Airline, Doubleday, and many more.
design  graphics  switzerland 
april 2013 by markogara
Thinking Bob Noorda. 07 15 1927 | THINKINGFORM
Bob Noorda was born on July 15 1927 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He studied at Amsterdam Institute of Design. He moved to Milan in 1954 where he started his career. He did many collaborating with Pirelli Tyre Corporation before he became Art Director of Pirelli in 1961. He also worked as a design consultant for La Rinascente from 1963 to 1964. In 1963, he worked with Franco Albini to design the interiors and Signage system for the new Metropolitan Milanese that opened door for him to worked on underground transit system in Sao Paolo and Naples. In 1965, he co-founder Unimark International along side with Massimo Vignelli where they designed signage for the New York City subway. Unimark offices opened 13 offices worldwide before they felt apart in 1970′s. Afterward he along side his wife, Ornella Vitali Noorda opened their own design studio in Milan.
design  graphics 
april 2013 by markogara
grain edit · Mimmo Castellano: Posters and Packaging
Mimmo Castellano is an award-winning graphic designer and photographer who got his start in the port city of Bari located in the South-East corner of Italy. It was here that he landed a position with Laterza, a prominent publishing house, where he designed many of the book covers. This collaboration would last for over twenty years. In the late 60s he moved to Milan to further his career as a designer and taught at the European Institute of Design. In more recent years he has been researching digital imaging connected with photography and photomechanics.
design  graphics  posters 
april 2013 by markogara
Album Covers: Noise Music — The New Graphic
Some of my favorite album covers come from the noise genre. I’m not sure why—I’m not that interested in the aesthetic on its own—maybe there’s something of the sublime in the overload of sensation, maybe it’s the palette-cleansing aspect. Whichever, I like a lot of the art & design it has inspired.
music  sleeves  graphics 
april 2013 by markogara
Dieter Rehm — The New Graphic
Dieter Rehm is a German photo-artist, since 2001 he is professor at the Acadamy of Fine Arts in Munich, in 2010 he became president of the Academy. From 1978 to 1996 he designed many iconic photo and typographic covers for ECM Records.
sleeves  ecm  music  graphics 
april 2013 by markogara
The History of the Modern Graphics Processor - TechSpot
The evolution of the modern graphics processor begins with the introduction of the first 3D add-in cards in 1995, followed by the widespread adoption of the 32-bit operating systems and the affordable personal computer.

The graphics industry that existed before that largely consisted of a more prosaic 2D, non-PC architecture, with graphics boards better known by their chip’s alphanumeric naming conventions and their huge price tags. 3D gaming and virtualization PC graphics eventually coalesced from sources as diverse as arcade and console gaming, military, robotics and space simulators, as well as medical imaging.
computing  graphics 
march 2013 by markogara
Connected China | Latest
We are thrilled to announce the launch of Connected China, our collaborative project with Thomson Reuters. Available on the Web as an HTML5 application, and optimized for the iPad, Connected China uses a custom database to explore the cultural and political factors that shape the dynamics of power in modern China.
design  webapp  graphics  data  china 
march 2013 by markogara
Deciphered: Peter Saville | Uponpaper
Peter Saville discusses the artwork for New Order's ‘Power, Corruption and Lies’ album.
graphics 
february 2013 by markogara
P! - Karel Martens: Selected Letterpress Works - Karel Martens: Selected Letterpress Works
When Karel Martens began studying art in Holland in the late 1950s, “graphic design” did not even exist as its own course of study. Today he is widely recognized as one of the most important practitioners of that very discipline, with an esteemed client list that includes major publishers, architects, and institutions. His accolades include the H.N. Werkman Prize (1993) for the design of the architectural journal Oase, the Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for Art (1996), the Gold Medal at the Leipzig Book Fair (1998), and numerous other distinctions. Martens has taught at the Yale School of Art, Jan van Eyck Academie, and co-founded Werkplaats Typografie in 1997. The below selection of Martens’ monoprints includes rare works from the 1950s and 60s. They engage with the technology of letterpress, deliberately misusing the media to create unique prints. Neither commissioned design objects nor autonomous artworks, Martens’ letterpress experiments exist as unique fragments of an ongoing visual process.
letterpress  design  graphics  karelmartens 
december 2012 by markogara
RA: Under the covers: Pan
Interview with Pan cover designers Kathryn Politis and Bill Kouligas.
covers  graphics  music 
august 2012 by markogara
landscape palettes
colour pallates created from landscape photography.
design  graphics  inspiration  photography 
april 2012 by markogara
sam's myth
Criterion Collection cover designer.
film  posters  graphics  criterion 
april 2012 by markogara
Thinking Jan Tschichold. 04 02 1902 | THINKINGFORM
Jan Tschichold was born on the April 2nd, 1902 in Leipzig, Germany. He studied at the Akademie für Graphische Künste und Buchgewerbe in Leipzig and the Kunstgewerbeschule in Dresen. In 1921, at age of 18, Tschichold taught typography and lettering at the Meisterschule fur Deutschlands Buchdrucker in Munich.
type  graphics  colour  tschichold 
april 2012 by markogara
Paste in Place
Paste in Place is an information design studio led by Ryan Sullivan. The studio focuses on projects at the intersection of graphic design, information visualization, landscape and urbanism. The work aspires to use visual language to improve our collective understanding of the built environment, encourage dialogue and provoke debate.
cartography  design  graphics 
february 2012 by markogara
Adrian Curry Posts in Notebook | MUBI
Excellent selection of well designed movie posters, curated by Adrian Curry.
film  posters  graphics 
february 2012 by markogara
Dushanbe Scrapbook - a set on Flickr
In Oct 2010 while on a research trip in Tajikistan I came across a curious scrapbook of Soviet-era graphics in a junk-shop in the capital city Dushanbe. Within it were pages with collaged panels containing imagery ranging from depictions of cosmonauts, political figures, musical iconography and political illustrations in Constructivist and Suprematist styles.
flickr  graphics  retro 
january 2012 by markogara
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