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Dear data

Giorgia Lupi

Dear data

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    Subjects:
  • Graphic methods,
  • Life,
  • Mail art,
  • Communication,
  • Visual communication,
  • Information visualization,
  • Communication of technical information,
  • Miscellanea,
  • Postcards

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: UK : Particular Books, 2016.

    Other titlesFriendship in 52 weeks of postcards
    StatementGiorgia Lupi, Stefanie Posavec ; foreword by Maria Popova
    ContributionsPosavec, Stefanie, author, Popova, Maria, writer of foreword
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsT10.5 .L87 2016, P93.5 .L87 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 289 pages
    Number of Pages289
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27222940M
    ISBN 101616895322
    ISBN 109781616895327
    OCLC/WorldCa958301068

      See sample pages from this book at Wink. Dear Data by Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec Princeton Architectural Press , pages, x . Dear Data reproduces in pinpoint detail the full year's set of cards, front and back, providing a remarkable portrait of two artists connected by their attention to the details of their lives—including complaints, distractions, phone addictions, physical contact, and desires.


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Oct 1st, New York Public Library. Giorgia Lupi and Debbie Millman | Design. Equal parts mail art, data visualization, and affectionate correspondence, Dear Data celebrates "the infinitesimal, incomplete, imperfect, yet exquisitely human details of life," in the words of Maria Popova (Brain Pickings), who introduces this charming and graphically powerful one year, Giorgia Lupi, an Italian living in New York, and Stefanie Posavec, an American in London, mapped /5(58).

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After over 15 months, I finally managed to go through 'Dear Data.' One of the main reasons is that this is a book that needs time, it is far from being a page-turner, it's more like an arts album that you go back and forth, check few pages and put it aside for another couple of weeks/5.

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Princeton Architectural Press took note and Dear Data (public library) is now a book, for which I had the pleasure of writing the foreword.

Experiencing the project anew, in this beautiful analog form, only amplifies its deeply humane ethos of reclaiming the living texture of “data” in our everyday lives from the word’s unfeeling. Dear Data began as a pen pal project between two information designers on different continents.

As they explain on their website, “Each week, and for a year, we collected and measured a particular type of data about our lives, used this data to make a drawing on a postcard-sized sheet of paper, and then dropped the postcard in an English. ‘Dear Data’ Book Design, Data Visualization In a yearlong project and accompanying book, two information designers document their lives in hand-drawn data shared on weekly postcards.

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Dear Data is a year-long, analog data drawing project by Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec. We are two award winning information designers living on different sides of the Atlantic.

By collecting and hand drawing our personal data and sending it to each other in form of postcards, we became friends, and connected to ourselves at a deeper level. Dear Data. 2, likes 1 talking about this.

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See more ideas about Data visualization, Infographic and How to draw hands pins. Last February, on a cold and rainy day, I received the Dear Data book as part of a Dataviz Drawing workshop by Stefanie Posavec. The workshop was hosted by Graphic Hunters in a beautiful space in central Amsterdam.

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Despite the vast amount of quantification, Dear Data feels almost like an anti-quantified self project. Lupi and Posavec aren't interested in calories, steps, or heart rate. Their project explores the more slippery details of daily life.

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Dear Data Two Homepage Week 1 - Time Week 2 - Transport We. For a year, Stefanie Posavec and Giorgia Lupi drew data postcards and sent them to each other once a week between New York and London. Each postcard was based on data each collected during the week about their daily lives.

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Ininformation designers Stefanie Posavec (in London) and Giorgia Lupi (in New York) embarked on a year-long "slow data" project. Every week for a year, each of them would collect data on a specific aspect of their daily lives, and summarize the results in a hand-drawn visualization, and send it to the other on a postcard.

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In this charming talk, she shares how we can bring personality to data, visualizing even the mundane details of our daily lives and transforming the abstract and uncountable into something that can be seen, felt and directly reconnected to our lives.