Timeline of movies. From the book: Lo Duca’s L’Érotisme au Cinéma (J.-J. Pauvert, 1957).
(1) The Blue Angel, (2) Ecstasy, (3) Tabu, (4) The Lady from Shanghai, (5) Notorious, (6) Bitter Rice, (7) Manon, (8) Los Olvidados, (9) Miss Julie, and (10) One Summer of Happiness
"The science of infographics is an interesting beast. Infographics’ level of success is always based on how much and how well they communicate their data—the classic form follows function. In this series, I reversed these roles—form is king and dictates what the infographic communicates. Welcome to the world of fictional visual information."
Chad Hagen creates ‘nonsense’ infographics to sell as an art object. I believe the series is more an aesthetic critic rather than conceptual one because if there is no information mapped into the graphics we can’t talk about any infographics. The rule is simple from my point of view, if there is no information transmitted via forms they are just graphics and almost anything can be graphics. In anyway, they look nice and worth to check.
Beautiful timeline infographics from Hyperakt published on New York Times. It is focusing on footbal nations and their clubs, how many times they won the cup or played at the final matches of Champions League.
Timeline style and highlighting colors are nice and increases the readability of information. (via erennazunal)