Atlas of Gentrification
The book “The Atlas of Gentrification” is a collection of data visualizations, graphs and maps which respond to the phenomenon of gentrification and related issues, such as segregation and income inequality. It presents a number of well-known cities associated with such problems, and through a variety of means, highlights many of the issues encountered by their inhabitants. In doing so, the Atlas aims to reignite interest and stimulate debate through its design-led approach towards data.
The book was my main project at Glasgow School of Art and took about eight months from start to finish. It is printed on haptic, rough Munken paper in natural white.
Creative Review wrote an article about it. You can read it here.