Little Red Riding Hood, Infographics Style

by Andy Polaine on March 28, 2009

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You have to admire the Swedish ability to indoctrinate their students with brilliant design skills.

The above Little Red Riding Hood piece by Toma Nilsson was for a college project, inspired by the Röyskopp videos and got tweeted all over the place in the last couple of weeks.

I know plenty of experienced professional designers who would love to have made that (including me), damn the man! If any of my students are reading this – that’s what I’ll be expecting at the end of the semester, okay?

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1 Phillip March 28, 2009 at 3:14 pm

That was fantastic. I hadn’t seen it thru Twitter. It’s kind of thing that makes me question my own level of creativity. Loved Grandma’s Nutrition Facts.

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2 Andy Polaine March 28, 2009 at 3:43 pm

I liked the short cuts through “Oh, what big eyes you have Grandma” too. It’s all very well put together in terms of deciding which parts to simplify (like Grandma being eaten) and which parts to spend the time on.

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3 Stevie Black April 3, 2009 at 3:31 pm

precisión sueca

it’s this kind of visual thinking that makes IKEA so easy for everyone on the planet to construct.

Great post – I’ll be back.


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