Under the impetus of exponential technological growth and the capacity to collect and organize data, concepts such as complexity, truth, credibility, accountability or perception have begun to change shape, and a sense-making demand that invests all domains of knowledge has begun to emerge.
In this framework, the discipline of information design started to transcend its stylistic trappings to aspire to more sophisticated, engaging and dense forms of expression, in some cases reaching a full artistic dimension, becoming part of the collective imagination-no longer specialized-and moving from presentation to evocation.
Bringing out of the world of journalism, marketing, science or publishing the works of designers capable of redefining the boundaries in our visual habits, Wild Mazzini searches for the strength and beauty of a language that, even if not unified, complies with precise rules and is influenced as much by the social and cultural sphere as by personal experience.
The authors of these works are often driven by the spirit of the researcher who feels the presence of something but ignores its nature until he begins to manipulate it. Infographics and visualizations, maps and videos, developed by individual designers or groups from aesthetic, technical, and cultural choices, and based on data are redefining the contemporary point of view.
Valentina D’Efilippo, Adriano Attus, Federica Fragapane, Michela Lazzaroni, Valerio Pellegrini, Max Hornaecker, Bastiaan Arler, Carlo D’Oria, Manolo Gaboa, David Bihanic, Giorgia Lupi, Stefanie Posavec, Sara Lenzi, Beniamino Servino, Lisa Borgenheimer, Andrew Magdy, Adolfo Arranz, Iaconesi+Persico, Damiano Cerrone, Mario Klingemann, Roberto Ghezzi, Marco Hernandez, Pedro Cruz, Christina Bonanno, Davide Mancino, Giovanni Magni, Delphine Papin, Paul Marcinkowski, Suzanne Treister, Daniel Eatock, Virginia Dal Magro, Madelene Wikskär