The team put current transit maps through a computer model designed to mimic the brain’s ability—or lack thereof—to absorb a map’s information with just one glance. The resulting visualizations are called mongrels, and they look sort of like what you’d see if you squinted your eyes and focused on one part of the map. But they highlight where the maps confuse us most—what actually just doesn’t make it through to our brains—by showing how our peripheral vision perceives the colored lines and other data.
For good measure, pair with Vignelli on design and intellectual elegance.
One of the best bits of moving typography from the 1960s
It’s marvellous, marvellous! Nothing will ever be as much fun. I’m going to photograph everything, everything!
Photographers are angels, not gods
Robert Adams (via theaveragehare)
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