2010/2011 Feltron Annual Report

Nicholas Felton spends his entire year documenting various aspects of his life, and then puts it all together in a gorgeous annual report. He pretty much invented the field of personal data mining. Anyway, the 2010/2011 Feltron Annual Report is out and unlike previous years, this one’s was a biennial effort. This year’s theme?

Philip K. Dick claimed that “a person’s authentic nature is a series of shifting, variegated planes that establish themselves as he relates to different people; it is created by and appears within the framework of his interpersonal relationships.”

The Feltron 2010/2011 Biennial Report explores this notion by overlapping facets of Nicholas’ behavior to visualize how his personality varies based on location and company.

I still think the report he did after his father passed away last year was one of the loveliest and most profound tributes one person gave to another. This year’s addition can be yours for $25.

Previously: 2009 | 2010 [via kottke]

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