Narratives of Graffiti and Street Art movements.
Daniel Feral’s GRAFFITI & STREET ART graphic, which is labeled “a 75th Anniversary celebration of Alfred H. Barr, Jr’s CUBISM & ABSTRACT ART diagram,” attempts to create reason out of the more chaotic narratives of Graffiti and Street Art movements.
Infographic - If Premier League clubs were countries
Chances are, your beloved Premier League club has accumulated a decent amount of wealth. Instead of comparing Aston Villa to Werder Bremen or Liverpool to PSG, this infographic puts things into a completely new perspective. Based upon club net worth vs country GDP, Manchester United becomes Saint Lucia, Tottenham becomes Saint Kitts & Nevis, etc… Premier League clubs as (small) sovereign nations, how novel.
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In which we document every inch of his influence on the world, from the very first Macintosh to the Rick Ross lyric “I’m selling dope straight off the iPhone.” This chart is massive and interactive, so you’ll want to head here for the full experience.
In addition to being a hub for existing infographics, and allowing their creators to connect with potential publishers for them, Visual.ly’s Labs feature will be offering tools to create completely new visualizations. While the main features here are still to launch, the Twitterize Yourself tool is a great demo of what’s to come, letting you create an infographic comparing yourself to any other Twitter user. The result is a gorgeous, custom visualisation based on the data in your Twitter account. (via Visual.ly launches as the home of data visualisation and infographics)
Today’s businesses have many different ways to communicate with customers using social media tools. Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and email can help build engagement, brand awareness, and generate sales. However, depending on your message and desired outcome, one may be more effective than another. Understanding which to use when will help make your social media efforts successful.
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On July 9th, South Sudan became the world’s newest country, and will soon be admitted into the United Nations as its 193rd member state, following in the footsteps of such independent states as East Timor and Montenegro, which joined the international organization as the 191st and 192ndmembers in 2002 and 2006, respectively.
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