Raw Color’s “Temperature Textiles” Collection is Embedded With Climate Data

Created by Daniera ter Haar and Christoph Brach of the Eindhoven-based studio Raw Color, the Temperature Textiles collection of blankets, scarves and socks has climate change data knitted within. These colorful products incorporate information on the three main elements of global warming: temperature change, sea level rise and emissions. For example, the Sea Level Blanket illustrates the reported and predicted sea-level rise from 2000 to 2100, using …

New Platform Remane Empowers People with Curly and Kinky Hair

The innovative platform leverages contextualized hair data because "haircare is self-care"

When Ariel Lee—who co-founded Remane, a haircare journey platform specially dedicated to Afro-textured hair—was in college at the University of Texas, fellow students began coming to her to do their hair. “One girl was asking me to braid down her hair so she could slap a wig on it,” she tells us. “When she came to me her hair was so matted up. It was …

Atlas of the Invisible

An eye-opening survey of societal patterns told through profound data visualization, Atlas of the Invisible: Maps and Graphics That Will Change How You See the World truly does alter the way readers perceive everything that’s around them. Though the 224-page book—authored by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti (an acclaimed geographer-designer team) and published by W W Norton & Company—won the Stanfords Award for Printed Mapping and …