• A mammoth hyper-kenetic visualisation teeming with data about trade flows between nations. Slice and data by sector (food, minerals,...
  • Explore the shelves of Iran’s National Library with Small Media’s new interactive report, Writer’s Block.
  • Cloudred have visualized 50 years of plays, performers and directors behind Shakespeare in the Park, one of the big apple’s most bel...
  • Open data can empower citizens and spark debate.
  • Meet Andrey Karmatsky’s latest interactive, Bike share stats in Moscow.
  • A few months ago, we told you about an awesome Kickstarter project, Visualize Pi.

    Combining data visualization, education and public art, the project was designed to teach local high school students about the mathematical constant by visualizing pi in a mural.

    The hard work paid off - having raised $5,596 the mural took two weeks to paint and can now be seen in all its glory on Manhattan Avenue and Grand Street in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

    Visualize Pi was created by Ellie Balk, Nathan Affield and The...

  • Sometimes beautiful data viz comes as a result of experimentation.
  • Discover which names dip in and out of fashion and which stand the test of time with Nadieh Bremer’s data visualization, Babynames.
  • Can you visualize correspondence?
  • Amsterdam-based designer and coder, Bryan James has come up trumps with his latest website, In Pieces, an interactive web exhibition on the 30 animals we are in danger of losing.

    The website enables you to scroll through each of the unique species and click to discover their main threats and see their population stats visualised on polar charts.

    Recently winning the Awwwards site of the month, it’s a great example of how a project can grow through experimentation. Bryan had no brief: the project developed out of his tinkering wit...

  • Everyone knows that when Michael Brown was shot dead by a US police officer on 9 August last year, rioting exploded in Ferguson.