The Book of Trees is a visual representation of much of the data surrounding this beautiful part of nature. As though a physical tomb of infographics, it educates people in a way that is much more easy to digest that paragraphs of text and hard-to-understand charts. After all, information about these leafy species can be quite extensive.
Designed by Manuel Lima, a designer born in Portugal and based in New York City, The Book of Trees was inspired by the growth of infographics. Spanning over 800 years of data, The Book of Trees is an enlightening visual tool that will benefit both children and adults. Not to mention that the images are beautiful to look at in general.
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