In 2010, NYC added 54 million metric tons of CO2 to the atmosphere. This video shows it as a big, blue ball pit.
Infographic of the Day
Jordan was the greatest of all time, but it wasn’t until a few friends stepped up that the Bulls started winning championships.
You’re all liars. We’re all liars. Here’s a beautifully designed map to get us both through it. (Actually, it won’t help at all--you’re about to feel worse.)
Or: The most epic family tree ever created.
The designers and architects behind the Visualizing Palestine project hope to inspire dialogue based on facts, not emotions.
An election day infographic tallies up the money driving both campaigns, illustrating the vast differential between 2012 and every other election year.
As the 2012 campaign finally draws to a close, which states are receiving the most attention from outside groups?
Last week Slate republished its interactive infographic of drone strikes against Pakistan, reflecting the dozens of new strikes that have occurred since June.
One designer’s decidedly of-the-moment take on the traditional baby book.
An interactive chart visualizes party affiliations, congressional and presidential elections, and more, sorted state-by-state, year-by-year, since 1856. Prepare to lose an afternoon.