It’s that time of the year when the very talented Nicholas Felton releases his annual Feltron Report, giving a well documented and cataloged look at his life. This time around though he’s decided to document something else, namely the life of his father, Günter Fajgenbaum. Using the collection of items you see in the last photo he was able to put together a in-depth look at his father’s life, plotting where he’d been, what he’d seen, what he’d ate. It’s absolutely fascinating that he was able to do something like this with another person, especially for someone who was alive when Nicholas wasn’t. I’m also really digging the color scheme this time around, it really helps the data pop.
Be sure to pre-order your copy while they’re still available.