Dencity maps population density using circles of various size and hue. Larger, darker circles show areas with fewer people, while smaller, brighter circles highlight crowded cities. Representing denser areas with smaller circles results in additional geographic detail where there are more people, while sparsely populated areas are more vaguely defined. Read more about how Dencity was made.
Dencity is 24″ tall and 36″ wide. It is a four color offset print on 80lb Finch Opaque Bright White.
Proceeds from the sale of Dencity will be donated to charitable causes. Read more about the charities we donate to.
China. The largest city in the world is Shanghai, with over 23 million people as of 2010. China is home to six of the twenty most populous cities in the world, more than any other country.
India and Pakistan. Delhi and Karachi are the second and third most populous cities in the world. The two countries are almost uniformly dense until they hit geographic boundaries such as the Himalayas to the north, or political boundaries such as Afghanistan to the west.
New York City. The East Coast is the most densely populated region of the United States, but New York City is the only American city to rank in the top twenty of the world’s most populous cities.