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genderandgraphics:

A comparison in the gender ratio of design graduates last year to the gender ratios in studios in selected capital cities.

genderandgraphics:

A comparison in the gender ratio of design graduates last year to the gender ratios in studios in selected capital cities.

dorienotthefish:

an infographic on animal longevity from brainpickings.org

dorienotthefish:

an infographic on animal longevity from brainpickings.org

monfresh:

I watched Bill Maher’s Religulous the other day, and it reminded me of this infographic I’ve been meaning to share with you. It visualizes 439 contradictions in the Bible, as compiled by Steve Wells for The Scripture Project.

The bars that run along the bottom of the visualization represent the 1189 chapters in The Bible, with the length of each bar corresponding to the number of verses in each chapter. White bars represent the Old Testament and grey bars represent The New Testament. Each arc indicates a contradiction.

(via Fast Company’s Co.Design)

monfresh:

I watched Bill Maher’s Religulous the other day, and it reminded me of this infographic I’ve been meaning to share with you. It visualizes 439 contradictions in the Bible, as compiled by Steve Wells for The Scripture Project.

The bars that run along the bottom of the visualization represent the 1189 chapters in The Bible, with the length of each bar corresponding to the number of verses in each chapter. White bars represent the Old Testament and grey bars represent The New Testament. Each arc indicates a contradiction.

(via Fast Company’s Co.Design)

fastcompany:


Hold on to your freaking hat: This is easily the most astonishing data viz project we’ve seen all month.
We take it for granted that water comes from the tap, but we don’t  appreciate that it often has to travel hundreds, even thousands of miles  from its source to get where it’s ultimately consumed. David Wicks, a  masters student at UCLA, set about to fill that void, with Drawing Water, a project that’s equal parts data viz and art project.

Click through to see the rad video “Drawing Water.”
Infographic Of The Day: Where Does Your Water Come From?

fastcompany:

Hold on to your freaking hat: This is easily the most astonishing data viz project we’ve seen all month.

We take it for granted that water comes from the tap, but we don’t appreciate that it often has to travel hundreds, even thousands of miles from its source to get where it’s ultimately consumed. David Wicks, a masters student at UCLA, set about to fill that void, with Drawing Water, a project that’s equal parts data viz and art project.

Click through to see the rad video “Drawing Water.”

Infographic Of The Day: Where Does Your Water Come From?

(via fastcompany)

fivesecondserving:

Flickr and Twitter. Blue is geolocated tweets, yellow is Flickr, and white is both.

fivesecondserving:

Flickr and Twitter. Blue is geolocated tweets, yellow is Flickr, and white is both.