How Small is Small? The Nanoscale Explained in One Chart

This is our first experiment working with Popular Mechanics, for their December/January issue.
It is an infographic visualizing how small objects in the nanoscales are if compared to the objects above and presenting  then further information about “where, what, and when” the objects were invented, created. The selection of the objects has been done in order to provide a consistent sizes’ comparison. Find the online version here

Infographics designed by Accurat (Giorgia Lupi, Gabriele Rossi, Simone Quadri, Davide Ciuffi, Alex Piacentini, Federica Fragapane)

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About giorgia lupi

1981 I am an architect that never built any house (luckily). I work with information, designing, researching and drawing a lot. I am co-founder ad design director at Accurat (www.accurat.it) I am a PhD student at Milan Politecnico (www.densitydesign.org)

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