Archive of news from brendandawes.com
Morfff — the letter holder made from code and concrete
Featured on BBC Radio 4 talking about work created for Data Stream Day
Pluralsight work featured on The Next Web
New book featuring notebook, poster and pencils
Audio interview for Lecture in Progress
Kennedy app gets updated for iOS 11 and iPhone X
20th anniversary sound visualisations for legendary sound production studio
Digital City Portraits featured in Manuel Lima's Book Of Circles
Interview on FormFiftyFive
Guest appearance on Data Stories podcast
Bruntwood announces Brendan Dawes as first artist for Neo’s digital art space
Cancer Research UK visualisation makes the long list
Interview in German graphic design magazine
Created for the cover of their Pioneering Research publication
First data visualisation artist to get their work 3D printed in space.
15 Second teaser for upcoming titles for FITC Tokyo.
The power of iteration using 64 dots.
Artist Brendan Dawes selects his top 5 sources of inspiration.
Connected printers reveal stories about local characters, shared by visitors to the Airbnb Haus at Sundance.
Creating time based structures from real-time data.
Six Monkeys project honoured in the Fast Company 2015 Innovation by Design awards.
A library for Processing.
The Invisible Infrastructure for The Atlantic wins FWA Site of the Day.
For The Atlantic, the size of data running through five of the Internet's biggest platforms in real-time.
Created for The Atlantic, the U.S. economy in data, visualised.
Honoured to be included in The Drum's Designerati list of the UK's most influential designers.
Interactive installation created at Nexus for exhibition on mental health.
Interview in Forbes.
Doris Le Bot, creating generative creatures for Twitter France, wins FWA Site of the Day.
Book from Promopress features the visualisation work for EE.