Giorgia Lupi uses data to tell human stories, adding nuance to numbers. Even the mundane details of our daily lives and transforming the abstract and uncountable into something that can be seen, felt and directly reconnected to our lives.
For one year, Giorgia Lupi, an Italian living in New York, and Stefanie Posavec, an American in London, mapped the particulars of their daily lives as a series of hand-drawn postcards they exchanged via mail weekly—small portraits as full of emotion as they are data, both mundane and magical. Now a book and ted talk. amazon
TED giorgia_lupi_how_we_can_find_ourselves_in_data March 2017.
Human data, as in human factors, not humane factors.