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About

Graphic Design
Visual Communication
Information Design
Data Visualization

Herwig Scherabon is an award-winning graphic designer from Austria who is currently based in Vienna. He studied architecture but made a u-turn towards graphic design. Data visualization and information design sums up Herwig's journey from architecture to graphic design. He is working across the fields of information design, editorial and motion graphics and enjoys to materialize digitally produced data sets in printed media. Herwig studied graphic design in Vienna and Tallinn and got his master degree from the Glasgow School of Art in 2016.

Herwig  was on the D&AD jury for Graphic Design in 2017 and was a guest speaker at the University of York.


 

Awards

November 2016 – Information is Beautiful Award
July 2016 – Print Futures Award
May 2017 – European Design Award

 

Publications

Features Online

The Guardian — «The art of gentrification: city data made beautiful» 21/12/2016
Co.Design — «To Tackle Big Urban Issues, This Architect Became A Data Designer» 21/12/2016
Eye Magazine — «Information is everywhere» 23/01/2017
Creative Review — «What gentrification looks like, in lines, dots, shapes and colours» 04/11/2016
Designboom — «Herwig Scherabon visually highlights the income inequality within large cities» 20/10/2016
Digital Arts — «Herwig Scherabon unveils harsh stories of inequality through his stylish data visualisations» 05/10/2016
Nerdcore — «3D-Städte aus lokalisierten Einkommens-Daten» 13/10/2016
Design is kinky — «Taking info-graphics to a whole new level» 05/10/2016

Features in Print

GEO, issue 01/2017, Gruner + Jahr, January 2017
Computer Arts Magazine, issue 261, Future plc, January 2017
El País Semanal, El País, January 2017
The Scotsman, Johnston Press, September 2016

 

 

Contact

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Herwig Scherabon
is currently based in Vienna
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