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This infographic was commissioned by Courrier Japon Magazine in Tokyo and is based on the article “The iPad Changes Everything” originally published by Fortune Magazine. It was printed in the July 2010 Issue.
This infographic plots the forthcoming World Cup as predicted by a formula based on the GDP of each country. The mathematical model was created by Simon Kuper and Stefan Szymanski.
This was published in Wired UK, June 2010 issue.
A new edition of my Digital Nostalgia work commissioned for Wired Italy. All the information from the previous project was updated with most parts requiring a complete redesign to fit into a magazine format. I was given full control over layout and typography and Wired gave me use of metallic inks and thicker paper just for my section.
This was published in Wired Italy, March 2010 issue.
A new version of one of my Digital Nostalgia posters with some new information and fitted into a magazine format. This spread shows the major milestones of mobile phones, not just in technology, but in social importance. They range from the very first commercial model to the beginnings of mainstream consumer adoption and on to the best selling models of their generation.
Published in Wired UK, February 2010 issue.
I am part of a generation that as grown up in parallel to some incredible technologies that have dramatically changed the way we live, but I have also got to the age where I’ve found myself becoming nostalgic about how things used to be. This inspired me to base my university major project on the progress of technology and some of the social events that have been influenced by it during my lifetime.
A two page spread for a Zine project. The given themes were British, 50+ years old, and three and it had to be in black and white.