Andy, who lives in Zurich, is a big fan of electronic music. As an expression of his individual musical taste, he created a colorful wall hanging charting his listening activities over the course of a year. Here's his description, run through Google Translate:
Last graph now takes up precisely these statistics, that is your taste in music and creates a graph in the form of a timeline (x-axis). The different amplitudes (y-axis) represent the frequency of the artists who came to this particular time through your speakers. The service offers several options to customize the finished graph to your needs so you can even change the period and select the color display. You can then save the graph as a PDF file with the very great advantage that load graph created a vector graphic. Thus, the image can be stored up to infinity, enlarge without any loss and therefore print. That's what I did. In a calibrated perfectly ordinary photo service I've printed the poster in 3m width and about 80cm high. To make the effect of the picture come out better, I can drag the image onto a wooden frame to make it as a little plastic wegzuholen from the wall. Additionally, I have removed the gray wall to once again increase the effect of the poster.
http://www.waximalplanet.de/?p=3813 (Google Translate) via Nerdcore