The Graphic Continuum
A little background on the project:
Working with Severino Ribecca, we set out to display this space in a clear and easy-to-read form. The idea was to display the space for reader to use as a resource or simply as art. We iterated dozens of times, went through multiple layouts, and determined that a horizontal grid-type layout provided the best format to show this space. We’ve plotted nearly 90 different graphics across five main categories: Distribution, Time, Comparing Categories, Geospatial, Part-to-Whole, and Relationships. The space does not include every type of graphic, nor does it display every link between visualizations, but we view it as a thought-starter. You can use the poster to develop ideas, consider different options, or simply as a piece of art.
The poster is available to purchase for $25