Destination Data—Viz as Art contest finalists & voting

The polls are officially open for the Destination Data Viz as Art contest.

We called all data artists to submit their most creative, most beautiful Tableau masterpieces (while not necessarily focusing on data analysis—this time) and received 70 amazing entries. Thanks to everyone who participated! Below are the 10 finalists (in no particular order). Click on the titles to view the original viz on Tableau Public.

Voting is taking place exclusively on Twitter, and the three entries that collect the most hashtag mentions (from unique Twitter users) will be turned into screen prints at Tableau Conference in Seattle next month!

Use the tweet buttons below to vote (or make sure to use the hashtags #data14, #vizasart, and the unique hashtag for each viz below to be sure your vote is counted).

You'll be able to find the screen printing machine in Community (TCC Level 3), where you'll be able to screen print a t-shirt, tote bag, or flatstock poster with one of the designs.

Voting is open NOW through 5pm Pacific on Friday, August 29, 2014. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, September 2, 2014.

1. Stephen Wagner: American Flag

#americanflag #data14 #vizasart

2. Adam McCann: Trees of Life

#treesoflife #data14 #vizasart

3. Robert Mundigl - Curtis Steiner's 1000 Blocks

#1000blocks #data14 #vizasart

4. Carl Allchin: Layered Mountains

#mountains #data14 #vizasart

5. Noah Salvaterra: Golden Spiral

#goldenspiral #data14 #vizasart

6. Cory Jez: Seattle Skyline

#skyline #data14 #vizasart

7. Matthew Bennett: Pure Data Harmonographs

#harmonograph #data14 #vizasart

8. Craig Bloodworth: On The Move

#onthemove #data14 #vizasart

9. KK Molugu: Mountain Landscape

#landscape #data14 #vizasart

10. George Gorczynski: Tendrils

#tendrils #data14 #vizasart

  • You do not need to be a registered attendee of Tableau Conference to participate or win this contest.
  • The winner(s) will receive a screen print of their design on each item available (t-shirt, tote bag, and flatstock poster).
  • Tableau reserves the right to alter or edit your design in order to fit within the required specifications for screen printing.

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