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museumuesum:

SIMON EVANS

Everything I Have, 2008

Pen, paper, scotch tape, white out
60 1/4 X 40 1/8 inches

(via lustik)

The periodic table gorgeously re-imagined, 1949-style.
popchartlab:

There’s no better way to celebrate Pi Day than with our Pie Charts of Pies.

Yes!  Happy Pi Day to all and sundry.

popchartlab:

There’s no better way to celebrate Pi Day than with our Pie Charts of Pies.

Yes!  Happy Pi Day to all and sundry.

An illustrated history of the Heimlich Maneuver. 
Have you ever seen another infographic that features both Cher and C. Everett Coop?  DIDN’T THINK SO.
(Illustrator Larry Buchanan made this to go with our latest short, which features an interview with Dr. Heimlich himself.  Yes, he’s still alive.)

An illustrated history of the Heimlich Maneuver

Have you ever seen another infographic that features both Cher and C. Everett Coop?  DIDN’T THINK SO.

(Illustrator Larry Buchanan made this to go with our latest short, which features an interview with Dr. Heimlich himself.  Yes, he’s still alive.)

explore-blog:

Kurt Vonnegut’s classic lecture on the shapes of stories, now in an infographic. 

We talk about these Vonnegut graphs all the time at Radiolab, but we usually just scribble them on a coffee-stained napkin.  This is much nicer.

explore-blog:

Kurt Vonnegut’s classic lecture on the shapes of stories, now in an infographic

We talk about these Vonnegut graphs all the time at Radiolab, but we usually just scribble them on a coffee-stained napkin.  This is much nicer.

(via fragmentedfictions)

anatomyofdata:

Hi world! here comes the very first infographics for our Anatomy of Data blog. Enjoy!

You guys following Anatomy of Data?  Looks like some good stuff happening over there.

anatomyofdata:

Hi world! here comes the very first infographics for our Anatomy of Data blog. Enjoy!

You guys following Anatomy of Data?  Looks like some good stuff happening over there.

You know those little things that keep bread bags closed?  Well, the internet would like to tell you about them.  If you’re not doing anything too important right now, I think you should visit HORG (that’s the Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group) and explore a beautiful, obsessive, hilarious taxonomy of occlupanids.

(ht Metafilter)

The Wine Aroma Wheel, via Edible Geography.

The Wine Aroma Wheel, via Edible Geography.

freshphotons:


“A Visual History of Nobel Prizes and Notable Laureates, 1901-2012”



Really, really interesting layout.  Looks like it could be the score for a piece of music.

freshphotons:

Really, really interesting layout.  Looks like it could be the score for a piece of music.

(via proofmathisbeautiful)