Book Turns Weather Data Into Watercolor Paintings
Eyes On The Sky is a book of watercolors that are created from photo data collected from camera across Europe.
We all have apps and widgets that give us temperatures and the chance of rain, and we dress and prepare ourselves for the day by using this data. Graphic design student, Jed Carter, has harvested weather data to build a book of paintings, entitled Eyes On The Sky, that illustrate the weather across Europe.
Carter used photos taken by 64 public access cameras across Europe, recorded the color of the sky and broke down the image into single pixel color. The book displays an abstract painting of all these whittled down European skies giving the feel and gist of the weather instead of hard facts in celsius.