A zine on data visualization. Market Cafe is the magazine that every information designer should have to understand what's going on in his world. The microcosm of these amazing data translators into images and diagrams that translate the most complex numbers to common users are a real microcosm to discover.
The information designer is the one who few know what he does, but in reality he solves a lot of problems and saves a lot of time for many with his ability to be notes a number designer.
Tiziana Alocci is Piero Zagami they are two information designers based in London, from which since 2017 they print this zine without any advertising that tells their sector in many words from the words of all those from whom they themselves take inspiration, and not only.
The zine is clean and essential, with few images and many texts in the interviews to really act as an information organ for information designers from all over the world who talk about their profession.
Each edition is in a limited numbered edition and no reprints are produced.
This issue is titled "Data cookbook". 19 data visualization professionals were asked to interpret the world of food and in particular their favorite foods. The result is a very particular and captivating zine even for those who are not an expert in the sector.
The contributions are from: Adriano Attus, Alli Torban, Brendan Dawes, Darren Long, Ella Hollowood, Eric William Lin, Farah Ezz ElDin, Gabrielle Merite, Gurman Bhatia, Ivan Dianov, Kim Albrecht, Nadieh Bremer, Nino Macharashvili at ForSet, Ouma Odhiambo, Skye Moret, Surasti Puri, Valerio Pellegrini, Viola Bernacchi and Edwin Jakobs of RNDR, and the people who animate Wild Mazzini.
Size: 17,5x21 cm
Edition: 800 numbered copies