What do your movies look like when each second is broken down to just one color? Fascinating, telling grids.
Infographic of the Day
Andrew DeGraff’s movie maps pack hours of blockbuster action into elegant, efficient diagrams.
These clean, cryptic designs point the way to the best waves.
Do adventures and risk-taking equate an exciting life? Surprisingly, not every country agrees on this point.
The website Indexed has brought hilarity to the interwebs for a digital century, using nothing more than pens and index cards to challenge the limitations of graphic communication.
As the superintendent of the U.S. Census, Francis Amasa Walker sought to map patterns that might otherwise have remained hidden or lost. In doing so, he paved the way for the modern infographic, writes historian Susan Schulten.
Who wouldn’t want a tiny Omar on their wall?
Companies are using real-time data to map everything from micro-weather during yacht races to the water displaced during a swimmer’s stroke.
Test results become far easier to process, since they’re visual.
Forget lakes, rivers, states, and capitals--this map just shows people. All of 'em.