Exploring creative innovative modes of visual communication of information, from @visualthinkmap
Captured these from a kaleidoscope I made with the kids. An old packaging tube, maths and foil card adhesive and voila.
Working on an interactive tutorial for making them, it doesn't quite interact and make them for you, but it's hopefully helpful.
Yorkie ware produce these mugs and teapots that have some great hand written type of local colloquialisms.
Loved this summer craft for kids at Eureka, UK. They helped the kids make bracelets that represent DNA sequence based on their eye colour.
Was parts of the islands at Chester zoo. Nice colours and shape.
Seeing letters in physical forms. Ladders stood in front of window.
Cool type I've always noticed in my town. Finally photographed it and discovered who the designer is that created it.
Craig oldham, who also released books about our local history of mining.
This just stood out. A little press on the wall.
This looked awesome in an old hall. I'd like this as my home phone.
Was there another day so kept doodling to the last one. Like some of these so will use in other projects.
Had time to pass.