Below - Gerd Arntz
The above, right and below images were all take out of the book 'DIAGRAMS' by Arthur Lockwood, I was inspired by them because they are all aesthetically beautiful illustrations, as well as factual graphs
the images below, and below right are diagrams by Suzanne Treister, I found in the book 'DATA FLOW' I thought these were beautiful diagrams, and would suit my style of illustrating, I created a similar diagram in a similar style, showing all the items in my house.
Above- before I die, I looked at this briefly and created my own version. This was when I was looking at my project on a more philosophical level, looking at how much stuff we all have and how little of it we actually need.
Above and left - Sam Winston, I looked at him briefly when I began looking into text. If I had more time I would of liked to explore the idea of text more, similar to Winston
Song Dong - Waste Not
I was very inspired by this piece and after studying them, thought of the idea of making order out of chaos in my own house.
The image above and below right are both taken our of the book 'The art of Clean-up' by Ursus Wehrli, I thought it showed an interesting and literal approach to my title ORDER
The image above is by Francesco Franchi and show military spending and armament, the image to the right is also Franchi
The image below and right are by illustration William Grill, who I was inspired by to create colour pencil drawings of the items in my house, organised similarly
The above image was one I found in the book, 'Beautiful Evidence' by Edward R. Tufte, it is a graph that illustrates the movement of Napoleons troops over the alps, drawn by Charles Joseph Minard. I thought it was a beautiful graph, although it was created to be purely factual.
Above and below Suzanne Tresiter who I was inspired when looking at texts, and for my final exhibition piece.