The data visualizations we found this week are extensive in their scope: a whole year in the life of a man, every recorded meteorite, all the Twitter relationships between the company’s employees.
Setting the Stage to Work Inspired: Mindjet Murals
How do you inspire an entire workplace to collaborate better? As thought leaders in the field of office collaboration, Mindjet wanted to walk the talk and inspire their team, so they came to JESS3 to design and install custom murals on “great collaborations in history” for their new office in the heart of San Francisco. Having done our own mural in the original JESS3 HQ in the DC office, we were excited to tackle a new mural experience. More than anything, we enjoyed helping Mindjet create a physical representation of their new, collaborative outlook.
Star Wars & Medieval Manuscripts: A Tasteful Juxtaposition
Star Wars fans and Medieval art historians rejoice! Thai artist Chawakarn Khongprasert managed to juxtapose the beloved Star Wars, and illuminated Medieval Maniscripts. Chawakarn has managed to bridge connections both as a visual storyteller and as a technical illustrator.
Visual Storytelling with Data
Running up to their big Storytelling Lab Day this October, Ogilvy London asked some of its key partners to come in and talk about the many different aspects of storytelling week-by-week in the form of a Lab Lunch. This past week JESS3’s information design director, Tiffany, presented to the Ogilvy team all about visual storytelling with data.
The Characternity: A Drawing of the Entire Cartoon Universe
New York based artist, and long-time cartoon fan Ray Sumser is currently in the process of drawing the entire cartoon universe.
Dr. Seuss: Before He Drew Great Children’s Illustrations, He Drew Great Ads – Part Two
In March, I first shared my delightful discovery of Dr. Seuss’s advertising illustrations. Before we knew him as Dr. Seuss, he was Theodore Seuss Geisel, adman. As early as 1927 he was illustrating ads for Ford, GE and NBC campaigns. His illustrative style was the same, even then.
Donald Duck and Design Agenda
We are seeing more and more video content on the web these days. Videos that cross lines between entertainment, marketing and art.
Dr. Seuss: Before He Drew Great Children’s Illustrations, He Drew Great Ads
Before we knew him as Dr. Seuss, he was Theodore Seuss Geisel, adman.
Online Identity and the Bear Deluxe
JESS3 illustrates the inside covers of Bear Deluxe’s issue #33.
Visualizing LeWeb [Infographics]
There is no shortage of newsworthy events that emerge from the France’s LeWeb conference every year. We visualized what each day was all about.