Floor Charts catalogs the visual aids--good, bad, and ugly--that drive Congressional debate. Okay, mostly they’re just bad and ugly.
Infographic of the Day
Ernest Hemingway once said, "A man does not exist until he is drunk." Sometimes, neither do literary characters.
Season 4 is just around the corner! Here’s a refresher on all the cleverness that came before.
What if you knew whether you’d like a beer before you even took the first sip? This incredible visualization can make that possible.
You’re telling me you don’t already know the difference between a Galão and a Lungo?
Graphic designer Genís Carreras, whose minimalist philosophy posters went viral online in 2011, is back with more "Philographics" and wants you to Kickstart his book.
Day not going well? Don’t worry. Because in the grand scheme, today is woefully insignificant.
"The Elaine Dance" from Seinfeld. Family Guy’s "Word is the Bird." The dance from Pulp Fiction. All iconic dance scenes made into striking minimalist posters by way of a 1518 dance plague in Strasbourg.
Layers of facts, rules, and human data sets inform the work of Willem Besselink.
Love and sadness are far more nuanced than the English language permits.