In addition to our family Christmas card, I also made this handy Year In Review infographic poster to send to family and friends. It was initially just going to be a simple little flyer but I liked it so much I decided to go all out and turn this sucker into an 11x17 print.
Incase you were wondering, this poster was printed on a Risograph (it's ok, I hadn't heard of it before either). It's awesome. It's essentially a stencil duplicator similar to a mimeograph. The output is amazing, as it includes all sorts of great imperfections. You can see some of the finer details in the attachments.
over 1 year ago
What a clever, beautiful and inspiring gift!! LOVE it.
This is a fantastic idea.
This is amazing. Awesome job Kevin, so inspiring.
I think I'm going to do the same starting in 2012, just for the fun of it! :)
There should be an app for tracking such personal info, as the food you ate, goals you reached, etc.
Or did someone made one already? :)
This is quality! Love it.
Nice idea Kevin and very well-executed.
Love it. We did something similar this year.
Really nice idea. Thanks for sharing!
haha that was awesome! I like how you got dad credit under accomplishments and Jen didn't. Just kidding.
It really is nice. I should have thought about doing something like it.
Brilliant idea and design! The print looks great.
Thanks so much everyone. Really glad to see this positive reaction.
@David: That's just because she was a natural – haha. I had to work at it!
This is fantastic! What an awesome idea. Looks killer too.
The only thing that is a big confusing to me is the food consumption... I assume it is for each of the three of you, but it doesn't say which one belongs to which chart.
This is pretty groovy. I'd be exciting to get something like this from a friend/family member.
So cool! I really like the combo of the fat & rounded + script type you chose.
Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas :)
amazing print. love the idea!
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