Jason Davies has created this beautiful interactive chart that visually demonstrates the relationship between prime numbers. Testimonials. For each natural number n, we draw a periodic curve starting from the origin, intersecting the x-axis at n and its multiples. The prime numbers are those that have been intersected by only two curves: the prime number [...]
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AWH (Always With Honor) is known for producing simple an elegant illustrations that boil down complex concepts into bite-sized wonders. Trust me, this is allot harder than it looks, but they seem to pull it off without a hitch. Check out this infographic for Wired Magazine that breaks down the origins of some of the [...]
David McCandless has approached information display from a truly poetic perspective with his book “Information is Beautiful“. There was a time when a bar graph was the kind of thing that you slid across an overhead projector at a sales meeting between yawns. But today, information is the star of the show and should be [...]
International economics is a pretty tough thing to wrap your mind around. But thanks to this simple “TETRIS-style” animation, things become more clear. Bottom line: you thought it was bad – it’s actually much worse that you can ever imagine.
Ever ask yourselves: “What if the Beatles had to break their lyrics down into info graphics?” No? Well, this is what Hey Jude would look like anyway.
David Yermack of The Harvard Business Review has put together some interesting statistics regarding Michelle Obama‘s effect on the fashion industry. Click on the smaller image below for an enlargement of this well crafted info graphic. Is it factual data or merely coincidence? You decide.