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The Darker Side of Pop Art

The Darker Side of Pop Art

Pop art appropriates everyday objects and aesthetics to examine — or embrace, as the case may be — the very culture ... keep reading

Five of the Most Important Infographics of the 19th Century

Five of the Most Important Infographics of the 19th Century

Data visualization is not a new phenomenon. For centuries, artists and historians, educators and scientists have been ... keep reading

Checking in with Art at Indiewalls

Checking in with Art at Indiewalls

It’s been a year since Indiewalls launched to give local artists a way to broaden their sales by hanging their ... keep reading

Contest Winners: The State of Education in Colorado

Contest Winners: The State of Education in Colorado

In December, we announced a visualization competition with Colorado Succeeds. The competition is finally over, and the ... keep reading

Why D3.js is So Great for Data Visualization

Why D3.js is So Great for Data Visualization

When D3 came out in 2011, it became clear pretty quickly that it was going to be a powerful tool for creating data ... keep reading

The Power of Cartoon Faces: Telling Complex Stories Simply

The Power of Cartoon Faces: Telling Complex Stories Simply

Cartoon faces are everywhere, and they’re more powerful than we might realize. In studies of empathy, scientists ... keep reading

We/Customize makes art accessible, mass production personal

We/Customize makes art accessible, mass production personal

Many a street artist has ascended the gallery walls, but galleries are still expensive and exclusive spaces. The ... keep reading

Dude, Where’s My Mars Rover?

Dude, Where’s My Mars Rover?

Newsbound is a media and software company on a mission to make complex topics understandable. They produce original ... keep reading

Is Data Visualization Art?

Is Data Visualization Art?

Data Visualization is driven by data. Its form is often derived from optimizing the efficiency of inputting data (and ... keep reading

From Creating the Silent One to Visualizing Endangered Species

From Creating the Silent One to Visualizing Endangered Species

Editor’s note: Guillermo Munro “memuco” is an artist and animal lover. He recently caught our ... keep reading