Nadieh Bremer
Nadieh Bremer

Nadieh Bremer is a data and generative artist living in the Netherlands, freelancing under the name "Visual Cinnamon".

She's been gradually moving more towards data and generative art over the years. Letting her get even more creative when the constraints of clearly explaining the data can be let go. Focusing instead on the visual appeal, the feeling the works evokes, and how it might still allude subtly to the trends in the underlying data (if present). Her works can often be recognized through the use of vibrant color palettes and a playful feel.

She's made visualizations and art for companies such as Google News Lab, Sony Music, the New York Times, and UNESCO and has released data and generative art NFT collections on various platforms and in collaboration with companies such as UNICEF and Axiom Space.

As 2017's "Best Individual" in the Information is Beautiful Awards, she focuses on visuals that are uniquely crafted for each specific dataset that both engages and enlightens the audience. She co-wrote the best-selling book "Data Sketches" which was released in 2021 that celebrates the creative and artistic side of data visualization and data art.

Nadieh graduated as an astronomer and started working as a data scientist before finding her passion in the visualization of data and being creative with code.