Chad Hagen. The cause of my mental gymnastics by trying to interpret the term, “nonsensical infographics.” Good grief.
Archive for the ‘data visualization’ Category
I’m definitely not a morning person so thank you SuckUK for creating this mug to make my morning easier. I like my tea Classic British. Just a bit more milk, ah perfect. Also comes in MyCuppa Coffee.
These days even your fork, trash bin, and faucet will warn you how much you’re consuming/wasting. Nadeem Haidary’s impressive product design project consists of three normal household objects which are augmented with statistical data. Each prong on the fork represents a different countries caloric intake per capita, the angle of the trash bin changes as more weight is placed inside, and the faucet shows how much water is consumed when it is used.
BTW, he has other cool stuff on his site too.
Oh interwebs, we can not escape you. The Conversation Prism will show you how connected we are.
This is what infographics geeks like us swoon over. Continue swooning here.
(side note: what an appropriate name for someone with such talent. Illin’ and Burger! Still swooning.)
My dear dear friend, fellow blogger, green beans connoisseur, the list goes on. Here I present this virtual Stella Artois for your birthday. Do drink cautiously (refer to graph). Happy Birthday Harold! Heart, Kumar.
“Self-published zine diagramming dramatic strife and self-discovery within eighteen choice tunes, exploring four conceptual excuses, and examining two big scenes.” Carry on with your awesomeness Nikolay. Carry on.
Indexed is a blog by Jessica Hagy, who draws graphs on index cards daily. And the information she graphs makes fun and/or makes senses out of the mundane things in life. There’s even a book out of all her graphs. Which reminds me of when I used to keep track of the amount of tubs of schmears in the work refrigerator because there was over 23 at one point! Let’s just say that last time I checked, there was still 4 tubs of unopened Pumpkin schmear.