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Dear Data

; Giorgia Lupi

Containing their fifty-two cards, along with thoughts and ideas for drawing with data, Dear Data shows that information can be an artistic material for all of us. It will inspire you to notice what's around you, capture hidden patterns and find creativity in even the smallest details of your life. Les mer
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Containing their fifty-two cards, along with thoughts and ideas for drawing with data, Dear Data shows that information can be an artistic material for all of us. It will inspire you to notice what's around you, capture hidden patterns and find creativity in even the smallest details of your life.

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Stefanie Posavec (Author)
Stefanie Posavec is a designer and artist who uses data as a creative material. Her work has been exhibited internationally at major galleries including the Centre Pompidou, the V&A, the London Design Museum and Somerset House, and is also held in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. She is the co-author (with Giorgia Lupi) of Dear Data and the visual journal Observe, Collect, Draw!

Giorgia Lupi (Author)
Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec are two award-winning and internationally recognized information designers with a hand-crafted approach to data visualization. Both expats (Giorgia an Italian in New York, Stefanie an American in London), they had only met twice before they began Dear Data. The project was awarded two Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards and is being exhibited as part of Somerset House's Big Bang Data exhibition, and at London's Science Museum.