Tag Archives: infographics

  • ‘Food Infographics: A Visual Guide to Culinary Pleasures’

    ‘Food Infographics: A Visual Guide to Culinary Pleasures’

    I’m no expert but I’m pretty sure the best way to appreciate food is to taste it, with smelling it probably coming in second place. But maybe looking at infographics about food isn’t too far distant from those two options, which is why Food Infographics: A Visual Guide to Culinary Pleasures might be worth checking out. Per […]

  • ‘National Geographic Infographics’ From Taschen

    ‘National Geographic Infographics’ From Taschen

    Infographics are all the rage these days, but National Geographic have been doing them for 125 years and counting. Now, the magazine is teaming up with Taschen for a handsome hardcover collection of its infographics over the years/decades/century and change, entitled National Geographic Infographics. Featuring detailed infographics on subjects like “A History of Skis,” “Ocean […]

  • ‘The Many Varieties of Whiskey’ From Pop Chart Labs

    ‘The Many Varieties of Whiskey’ From Pop Chart Labs

    Whiskey: It’s complicated. Sometimes it’s even spelled “whisky,” depending on where it was made and what exactly it is the speller wants to convey—or something. Look, I’m not an expert, which is why I’m currently in awe at the latest Pop Chart Labs masterpiece entitled The Many Varieties of Whiskey. Every major type of whiskey, […]

  • SWANH.NET: ‘Star Wars Episode IV’ Adapted Into One Long-Scrolling Image

    SWANH.NET: ‘Star Wars Episode IV’ Adapted Into One Long-Scrolling Image

    At this point, there are very few artistic media that haven’t gotten some kind of Star Wars adaptation. Artist Martin Panchaud went ahead and created another one, by adapting the (chronologically) first installment of the Star Wars saga into one massive digital image. It’s found at SWANH.NET, which also serves as a title for the […]

  • ‘A Chart About Nothing: The Connected Characters of Seinfeld’

    ‘A Chart About Nothing: The Connected Characters of Seinfeld’

    The people at Pop Chart Labs have turned their particular infographical wizardry to the most important cultural text of the 20th century: Seinfeld. It’s A Chart About Nothing, a poster which maps out almost 250 of the show’s characters, from the central quartet all the way down to minor speaking roles. Fully titled A Chart […]

  • ‘The Influence of Rick Rubin’ Infographic From The Grammys

    ‘The Influence of Rick Rubin’ Infographic From The Grammys

    Legendary producer Rick Rubin is being honored this year by the Recording Academy Producers and Engineers Wing. Rubin is the rare artist whose legacy doesn’t need award recognition in order to validate it, and the Academy seems to acknowledge this with their commission of The Influence of Rick Rubin, an infographic that lays out just […]

  • ‘The Evolution of the Batmobile’ Infographic by BookMyGarage

    ‘The Evolution of the Batmobile’ Infographic by BookMyGarage

    There is perhaps no car in pop culture history that has gone through as many immediately recognizable permutations as the Batmobile. Now, a car parking service (or something, I’m too dazzled by Batmobiles to find out what exactly it is they do) BookMyGarage has released a nearly comprehensive guide to Batman‘s wheels called The Evolution […]

  • ‘The Walking Dead’ Infographics Rank Characters by Kills (Photos)

    ‘The Walking Dead’ Infographics Rank Characters by Kills (Photos)

    How can you rate a fictional character? You could try doing it by how interesting they are to you, how sympathetic or identifiable their dramatic arcs are, or maybe by their clothes. Or you could do what an Imgur user by the name MorbidMalignant did and rank the characters on the AMC original series The Walking […]

  • ‘The Closet of Legends': Infographic Shows 100 Character Costumes

    ‘The Closet of Legends': Infographic Shows 100 Character Costumes

    It has been said that the clothes make the man, and one can reasonably extrapolate from that statement that the clothes make the character as well. That’s the premise behind The Closet of Legends, a new, well, “poster” isn’t quite the right word since it’s far too big to be a poster, as it contains a […]