Thursday, April 12, 2012

The history of information graphics: an exhibit

One of the most interesting components of the Malofiej International Infographics Summit this year was the exhibit on the history of information graphics and visualization. It was based on the huge collection of visual books and documents owned by professor Michael Stoll, from Ausburg University of Applied Sciences (visit his Flickr page). I am sharing all the pictures I took with my iPhone, so you can get a sense of how wonderful it was, even if the photographs are just so-so, and have not been photoshopped. Keep reading.

1 comment:

  1. I must say that it could have been staged more exquisitely had the exhibition stand designs used were tailored to match the details and intricacies of the displays. Like the bones could have been put on a human skeleton of sorts just to make it more fancy. That's just me. But I was at the exhibit and I love everything I saw there.