Monday, March 8, 2010
Information is everywhere. We are all drowning in it. As part of an exercise this past week, my student's were tasked with collecting data and displaying it as a personal geography. Their objective was to display the information in a visually interesting and entertaining manner. It was also to be fact-based, include a title and display handlettered text. From some of their many fine results are Things People Leave on Trains, by Hiroko Ebizaki; An Apartment's Surface Area, by Marta Sivertsen; The Analysis of a Scarf Collection: Belonging to the Twins, by Chelsey Scheffe; and Some Stuff in My Body, by Dane Herforth. Click on images for larger views.