/prototype.js/validation.js/effects.js /robots.txt
/4193.asp /4195.asp /4201.asp /4200.asp /4199.asp /4196.asp /4177.asp /4182.asp /359.asp /360.asp /363.asp /381.asp /4181.asp /382.asp /362.asp /358.asp /357.asp /356.asp /353.asp /352.asp /4193.asp /4195.asp /4201.asp /4200.asp /4199.asp /4196.asp /4177.asp /4182.asp /359.asp /360.asp /363.asp /381.asp /4181.asp /382.asp /362.asp /358.asp Blue 7 /357.asp /356.asp /353.asp /352.asp

Death 2 Pie Charts

Cheri Fein, executive director, Public and Media Relations
press@fitnyc.edu or 212.217.4700

Exhibition at The Museum at FIT Examines Exciting Trends in Information Graphics

On View January 28 – February 11, 2012

Free and Open to the Public  

Digital Junky - from a video by Margaux Le Pierres 
Digital Junky - from a video by Margaux Le Pierres 

As a result of being constantly bombarded with overwhelming amounts of information, people no longer find traditional pie charts or bar graphs stimulating, either visually or cognitively. Designers are solving this problem by transforming old methods of displaying information into visually stunning infographics that amplify the underlying message.

Death 2 Pie Charts showcases the new world of information graphics in an exciting variety of formats, including animation, interactive, print, and physical constructions. These graphics have been created by members of the FIT Media Design Club.

The exhibition, on display at The Museum at FIT, is free and open to the public during regular museum hours, Tuesday-Friday, noon-8 pm; Saturday, 10 am-5 pm.  

FIT LibraryThe Museum at FIT
See More of FITMy FITContact UsGive to FITTake a CourseApplyVisit FIT Adult Learners & Career ProfessionalsEmployers & IndustryAlumni: The Power of ConnectionFaculty & StaffCurrent StudentsParentsRecently Accepted Students FIT & NYCNews & EventsAthletics & RecreationCampus LifeAdmissionsAcademicsAbout FIT
MyFIT Home