Published in Best American Infographics 2015
Got my copy of Best American Infographics 2015! Guess who’s in there! Drum roll! ME! 😀
This is my first publication; featuring “Styrofoam Population” – a hand-crafted PHYSICALIZATION project visualizing the population density around the world, using a styrofoam ball and over 700 toothpicks.
It also got longlisted at the Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards.
Longlisted at the Information is Beautiful Awards
Good news: I got longlisted at the Kantar @infobeautyawards with my #blaueblumen project. Yiha! 🙂
I feel honoured to be among such an incredibly good collection of dataviz work!
As I am fascinated by handcrafted offline data visualization, I created another “real world viz” for the #blaueblumen exhibition at designtransfer in Berlin. This time using stones and stacking them as bars.
This work is now part of a permanent exhibition at the Abadir school (Arts Between Architecture Design & Interdisciplinary Research). The viz actually got out of equilibrium.
“Balanced blues” – Visualization of my sympathy for blue flowers in the course of preparing my work for the Design101 #blaueblumen exhibition. 😉
“Balanced blues” from top.
Visualizing.org challenge – I won :))
Wohoooooo! 😀 Received awesome news!
I won first prize with my project ‘Web Maturity’ in the latest Visualizing.org challenge.
Read more about it on the Word Wide Web Foundation homepage.
This ist what Hania Farhan, the Web Index Director of Research at the World Wide Web Foundation said about it:
Overall, we found Ewa Tuteja’s winning project both original and intuitive, with a simple, effective and powerful image depicting the story that the Web Index data tells. A tree is a universally understood image, and if a reader is interested in a deeper-dive into the data, the visualisation also allows for that. Congratulations Ewa.
I’m super happy having won a prize with one of my first projects…
Thinking with hand and pencil
With my latest project “Web Maturity” I took part in a visualizing.org challenge. In the very early phase of creating the concept, I worked with the pencil mainly.
Here are some sketches from that brainstorming phase.
Handmade dataviz with food
This little apprentice piece is inspired by a Design101 homework and “Food Design” by Martí Guixé.
It’s part of a series of data visualizations that are hand made and crafted offline.
This one visualizes my facebook graph! 😉
The last pictures shows how fading data visualization with food is. This reminds me of buddhist sandpainting…