Archive for the “Map” Category


Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

A set of graphic visualizzation about the movie Memento by Christopher Nolan (2000).
The film’s events unfold in two separate, alternating narratives—one in color, and the other in black and white. Leonard’s investigation is depicted in five-minute color sequences that are in reverse chronological order. As each scene begins, Leonard has just lost his recent memories, leaving him unaware of where he is or what he was doing. The scene ends just after its events fade from his memory. The black and white sections are told in chronological order, showing Leonard conversing with an anonymous phone caller in a motel room. By the film’s end, the two narratives converge into a single color sequence.

Combloux (inspirations)

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

Combloux, originally uploaded by densitydesign.

A visual artifact from 1928. A picture catched in a restaurant: even eating typical food the Density eye is always looking for complexity! Quite similar (in the approach) to some of the new maps of our Density laboratory course (i.e. Cinema, Media and Hospitals).

Project progress report 02 Diagramming

Wednesday, December 5th, 2007

Second step done!
The groups on the basis of an analytic process have made their diagram, a map.
These artifact should become a plataform to act whitin the complexity of the system whit a design intervention.

Flower Ænigma

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

Flower Ænigma, originally uploaded by densitydesign.

The riddle may be solved in a 6×6 matrix, where each row and each column must have the entire numeric sequence 1 to 6 ( a small “sudoku”). The numbers in the matrix are the “flower” that the column label number -a single lady- give to each rows label element. If a lady can’t send nor receive the flowers that have her

Boiling Ocean

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

Boiling Ocean, originally uploaded by densitydesign.

The map shows both ocean actual situations and an hypotetic future development according to the issues discussed by oceanographer Vincenzo Artale in his essay.

Donald and his family

Friday, November 2nd, 2007

the duck’s family, originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Is there an age to learn reading infographics?
In some comics magazines by Disney Companies around the world this family tree has been published. Finally i knew origins of some of my heroes (i like the ‘personalized’ branches like for Scrooge, Gus Goose, Fethry Duck…).

how make the city a safer place…

Sunday, October 7th, 2007

crime spotting
, originally uploaded by densitydesign.

The ads I wrote to rent the flat near mine said “looking for open couple, freak single, student only if amazing, young people with particular night life…”. I thought it would help me to find a special and funny neighbour, someone you feel free to ask an egg for your midnight pasta.


Saturday, October 6th, 2007

Mind the hole, originally uploaded by densitydesign. “We’ve taken the… more

On-line soft for Diagrams

Saturday, September 29th, 2007

amMap, originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Data charts and diagrams are used when statistical data has to be presented in the most convenient and usable way. Visual charts are clear, visually appealing and easier to perceive than some simple enumerations or tables – mainly because users don’t have to analyze the meaning of presented facts, but can perceive main tendencies through the visual weight of the facts — directly.


Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

londons kerning, originally uploaded by densitydesign.