I really like this one from gimmiethescoop.com. It’s pretty simple (it’s a 3D column chart), but it get’s it’s point across well. The accumulated debt for the average American continues to outpace their annual income. The concept of living beneath your means is foreign to a lot of people.
Found a link on nerdmodo.com
From Mozy.com, a pretty large infographic (as you might expect from the name).
We store a lot of data here at Mozy (15+ petabytes, in fact), but how much is that really? We put together this series of stats to help you understand just how much data that really is. Enjoy!Thanks Matthew!
Jax de Leon just graduated from the graphic design program at SUNY Purchase College School of Art and Design, and was kind enough to share some of her senior project work called Illinois: Visualizing Music. Jax focused on one music album (illinois, by Sufjan Stevens), and visually analyzed different aspects.
This project is an experiment in taking an audio recording of music that is beautiful and personally meaningful to many listeners, deconstructing it from different vantage points, rearranging it, and building it up again into visual interpretations. This project visualizes lyrics, instrumentation, notes, patterns, and word usage. Hopefully these interpretations will provide another way of experiencing this album, although no amount of analysis can adequately represent the visceral response one gets when presented with a compelling piece of music.
A great infographic for America’s Independence Day from Mike Wirth. The graphical history of the American Flag shows a circular timeline of when changes were made over the years and when stars were added. I love additional information Mike included like the official folding pattern and the state each star represents by showing them chronologically. Makes a great poster!
Wendy Ding created this infographic in 2007, and recently published a complete tutorial on how she created it on Digital Arts.
After collecting data on skirt lengths and their wearers and locations from flickr.com, this information piece was created to illustrate the statistics. A bar graph, area map with call-outs, and a legend all come together to explain the skirt wearers relationship.
This piece garnered an honourable mention from the 2007 Adobe Design Contest for the digital illustration category.Thanks for sharing Wendy!
Laurie Thinot directed this infographic music video "Stay The Same" by Autokratz. She just earned recognition at the 19th Annual New Directors Showcase at Cannes.
A warped kalidescope of music video animation from the album Down & Out in Paris & London.
Links to videos from all of the winners are here.