Analysis of words used in rap music http://feedly.com/k/15cbxzL
I’ve been working on a lot of icon based infographics recently, which is really helping me improve my icon design skills …here are a few that didn’t make it onto the final image, which means they go back into the pot for the next one!
Sneak peak of an infographic I’m currently working on. Going for a full page production-line layout. Not ready to tackle 3D yet, but 2D looks just fine for this job.
More real-life infographics! (via as a mathematician, this is how i like to pass my free time - Imgur)
Real life infographic showing the East/West Divide still exists in Berlin (via East/West Berlin divide still visible from space due to different lightbulbs - Imgur)
I love maps. I love making maps, putting data on maps and looking at other people’s maps. So this page made me very happy … (via A Collection of Very Strange Maps)
Some infographics look thrown together - this is not one of those infographics. The detail and design is inspiring … (via Bad Hire Survey 2013 // Infographic on Behance)
Clean and solid design - inspiring stuff (via Featured illustrator: Sebastien Thibault)
Seing a lot of organisations go for this approach - it’s really effective! (via Highway Safety Agency goes rogue - Junk Charts)
Gloriously simple and effective - circles showing the personal space per person in various countries http://bit.ly/12PrnAT
I’ve been experimenting with 8-bit style graphics recently.
Whilst I was a huge fan of the computer games, I’d never tried recreating the graphics. and after some attempts with Illustrator, I ended up using a great iPad app called Bitdraw
I’ve used this to not only create the characters required for an infographic, but also the decoration too - trees, plants, boxes and background buildings etc.
I’ve learnt a lot about what works for this style of graphics includin:
Whilst I can’t show you those results yet, I can share a wee monster I create … for fun!
What’s your advice for creating graphics like this?