The final triptych of limited edition live sketch notes from TEDx Wellington. We’re so proud of the results! Huge thanks to Fuji Xerox, B&F Papers, the team at TEDx Wellington, and all the speakers that shared their stories. We feel privileged to have been able to take part in such a special event, and to have met so many lovely, wholehearted people. Live events: slightly terrifying and rather wonderful all at the same time.
Behind the scenes at our TEDxWellington collab with FujiXerox and B&F Papers – limited edition prints of our live sketch notes!
Behind the scenes at our Little Lot shoot! Many thanks to the incredibly talented Dave at Audio Optic. He welcomed two Infographers with mad ideas and zillions of blocks into his home one Sunday afternoon, worked out how the heck to film this thing, created the world’s most awesome rig out of painted chairs and childrens toys, gave us home-made lemonade when block-fatigue started set to in, and then turned those hours and hours of raw footage into something we are so very proud of. Legend.
1,500 base ten cubes. Two infographers. One motherload of loot. Here’s a little something we made to announce our contribution to Little Lot’s Lots of Littles competition
1,500 base ten cubes. Two infographers. One motherload of loot. Coming soon…
Our work – published by Oxford University! Wonderfully surreal.
Friday at The Infographers HQ after a week long test shoot.
Behind the scenes on our first filmographic! More sneak peeks to come…
Mystified about infographics? Mr TI breaks it down for the @OptimalExp blog: http://bit.ly/1nxjua7
A benchmarking infographic we whipped up with our friends at Optimal Experience. Great to collaborate with these talented and lovely people!
Excited squealing and leaping about! These babies just arrived from New York.… and… they have our work tucked inside!
The Infographers off to @Curative_NZ’s cardboard costume party in our pie-chart print cardboard couture!
…and here it is: the story of Zeal. The 2013 annual report transformed into this – an A6 booklet which unfolds to an A3 poster, laden with photos and stories of the young people whose lives have been changed by Zeal.