Makes you wonder when he found time for flinging lightning bolts.
A Polish artist started tracking his computer usage back in 2009. The beautiful resulting images contain millions of data points.
Milanese design studio Accurat designed a densely layered visualization that measures age, education, and birth city amongst Nobel honorees.
In 2010, NYC added 54 million metric tons of CO2 to the atmosphere. This video shows it as a big, blue ball pit.
An election day infographic tallies up the money driving both campaigns, illustrating the vast differential between 2012 and every other election year.
The New York Times’ cornucopia of statistics-driven interactives gives us something to watch today.
As the 2012 campaign finally draws to a close, which states are receiving the most attention from outside groups?
Stuck inside awaiting Sandy? Check out these beautiful, useful maps and images of the storm that’s currently bearing down on the East Coast.
How do I use thee? Let me count the ways.
Mitt sticks and moves, while Obama swings slow and hard.