17 jaw-dropping infographics and data visualizations
In researching yesterday's feature on the rise of infographics I was lucky enough to comb through hundreds of them. Here are 17 of my favorites. To view the entire image be sure to click on it.
By Greg M. Dizzia - A History of my relationships
By Mike Wirth - A look at the orgins of our flag and thus, our country.
By Mark Campos - How to crack a Master lock. Instructions by Lifehacker
By The New York Times - How people spend their day (Interactive, please click through)
By Information Architechs - Web Trends Map 4, plotting popular Internet brands over the Tolyo subway map and organziing them accroding to influence and industry.
By David McCandless and Stefanie Posave - Left vs. Right, Dividing the two sides of poltical discourse.
Breathing Earth - The planet in real-time (Interactive, click through)
By the Joint Research Centre - The most remote places on Earth
By National Geographic - 50 years of space exploration.
By InfoJocks - A graphic history of the World Series.
By GOOD magazine - The Great Pacfic Garbage Patch
By Information is Beautiful - Who Rules The Social Web
By Information is Beautiful - Twitter Stats
By ~mibi - Death and Taxes. A comprehensive breakdown of our non-descritionary Federal spending.
By Geekstir - Movie Monster Size Comparison
By SquidSpot - The periodic table of typefaces.
By Time Magazine - Where We Live.
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