Friend of the site Nadia Amoroso has asked me to share details with readers of a great opportunity to have your visualisation projects exhibited in a potential new book about cities as information-scapes.

Nadia, who teaches at the University of Toronto and specialises in research around design, mapping and visual communications, is the author of  The Exposed City: Mapping the Urban Invisibles (Routledge, 2010) and is now acquiring potential contributors for her next book.

She is looking for talented academics, designers and innovators who create compelling "city-related graphics or information-scapes" with the potential publisher looking for about 3 or 4 visually appealing and revealing images from each contributor.

To help you understand and relate to the potential nature of this request, you could refer to the work of the SENSEable City Lab 'LIVE Singapore!' project and also an example of the output from Nadia's Data Appeal software.

If you are interested in this opportunity and have a related portfolio of work you can email links to your designs or thumbnail images to

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