Layers of Life

Layers of Life

National Geographic Magazine, Washington, District of Columbia, 1995

Description

The rainforest canopy represents an abundance of life, but photographs rarely show little more than a tangled riot of green. By categorizing the kinds of plants and animals found on a typical tree branch, the designers not only sorted the jumble into understandable fragments, but made sense of the canopy’s varied ecological relationships and survival strategies.

Collections: Information Graphics: Design of Understanding
Discipline: Information design
Format: Illustration, Information graphic, Magazine
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