Hello, I am glad to greet you on my page! My name is Denis, I am from Nikel, Murmansk region in Russia. I have an interest in infographics that visualizes quite big amounts of data.

Here are some of my infographics. On this page  I've collected works designed to be printed on a paper. Some of them are made for various newspapers I collaborated with.

So, if you like the way I do infographics and you need some data visualization for your newspaper, magazine or website, you are welcome to contact me:

Nikel map 2.0

Updated map for Nikel, now 3D buildings for easier feeling of the town as whole. 2014

Tragedy in Eredvi

Infographics for Novaya Osetia (New Ossetia) newspaper. 2014

Sochi 2014

Infographics for Inversia newspaper. 2014

Protests in Ukraine

This kind of heatmap was very popular among many newspapers and websites in January 2014.

Number of bordercrossings chart

Data collected from the monthly report plots at politi.no The data is about monthly number of two-ways bordercrossings at the Storskog station on the Russian-Norwegian border. 2013.

Kirkenes area map

Unfinished Kirkenes map for Russian shoppers. 2013.

Zelenograd bus routes

Still I cannot remember which bus goes where in Zelenograd. A couple of times I got the wrong bus, going to my job or home, so the desire was to map routes once and for all. I've chose to show just internal routes, where my monthly ticket is acceptable. 2013-2014.

Map of Zapoljarnyy

Standalone A3 version. Before publishing this map, no one knew what is there inside Zapoljarnyy. How buildings and streets relate to each other. The town was covered by a mist of uncertainty. 2012.

Nikel map in the newspaper

Version printed in the Kirkenes newspaper Sør-Varanger Avis. It was the first map of neighbouring Russian town published in the Norwegian newspaper. 2012.

How-to-get map

Ecofarm Green field near Saint-Petersburg. 2013.

East of Nordkapp

The coast east of Nordkapp with key places and transport infrastructure in the perspective of tourist flows. Prepared for a seminar in Vardø. 2012

Sport goods shop

How-to-get explaining scheme demo, thought to be inserted into the text body of newspaper article