In this project the aim was to choose 49 photos and then organize them using 7 different categories. The result was condensed into an infographic poster.
My database of photos is formed by 49 images of masks from all around the world.
The 7 categories are: age, continent of provenience, shape, size, use, material and color.
Each mask is represented with it's own features by a shape and then positioned into the concentric grid. The poster was then designed to have two different levels of reading depending on the distance of view. From far away you can clearly read the title and see the cluster of shapes and diversity formed by the masks, from a short distance you can instead read the legend and understand the features of every single mask.
Size: D 22" x 34"
Rhode Island School of Design
Course: Design for Dynamic Media
Professor: Colin Owens
TA: Lehu Zhang
See the project on Behance: http://bit.ly/1eOpCGY