War Interpreted Through Food: Food Fight By Stefan Nadelman

March 16, 2008

Information visualization is a fascinating branch of new media that deals with graphical representations of data that allows for interpretations that wouldn’t otherwise be seen. Growing in popularity, I expect I’ll experiment with this in the coming months. Check out this video interpretation, called Food Fight, of all the American-centric wars since World War I as played out by food stuffs. Yes, that’s right, food stuffs. Just in case your knowledge of military history isn’t too great (I fall into this category), here’s a cheat sheet that’ll show you what food stuffs represent what country.

Food Fight is written by Stefan Nadelman of Tourist Pictures.


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