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Portrait of Brexit Britain: A Divided Nation Makes a Journey Into the Unknown
Nearly two years since the shocking EU referendum vote, divisions have only hardened across Britain. Some people wished Brexit would happen faster. Some didn’t want it, but will get on with it...
My Memory of Wenchuan Earthquake
The devastating Wenchuan Earthquake shocked the world on May 12, 2008. Over 69,000 people lost their lives in the quake, and it has become the most painful memory for many since then. Near the 10th...
The State of the Nations
A tilegram map of the world showing which countries are the biggest spenders on public health, compared to Gross National Income. Each country is also measured on health indicators.
Hybris debris - What Humankind Leaves Behind
This artefact represents the impact that humanity has had in space around Earth. Each piece of tinfoil represents 10 debris pieces generated by man in the Earth’s Low Orbit, for a total of 13...
Artist Collaboration: Visualizing 10.6 Million Jail Admissions Each Year
The real impact of jail is far greater than the daily population suggests: People go to jail 10.6 million times each year.
Boston Crime Map
The map shows that downtown Boston, Chinatown, Roxbury, and Dorchester have had more aggravated assaults than other neighborhoods. Roxbury, downtown, and Dorchester had more robberies than other...
Mass shootings: How U.S. gun culture compares with the rest of the world
After mass shooting events, much debate centers around Americans’ relatively easy access to guns.
What Assets Make Up Wealth?
This chart breaks down the composition of assets for each tier of wealth. See what assets make up a regular person's net worth, versus that of a billionaire.
Getting To Grips With North Korea In 15 Graphics
North Korea is never far from the media spotlight, as the rogue state’s nuclear weapons programme gathers momentum and its war of words with the United States threatens to spiral out of...
One year of school
Only one year of school can not only change the life of an individual, but have significant impact on the whole world, making it a better place.
A New, Huge Review Of Gun Research Has Bad News For The NRA
The findings, while limited, point in one direction: Gun control can save lives.
Black People In America
The problem of racial discrimination has been a social problem in different countries. The unfair treatment of African and Caribbean Americans in the United States is one of the topics that has...
Subway Policing in New York City Still Has A Race Problem
NYPD has significantly reduced arrests for subway turnstile jumping. But who gets arrested hasn’t changed: 9 out of 10 of those arrested for turnstile jumping are black or Hispanic. Across the...
The Worst Tweeter In Politics Isn’t Trump
Twitter has become the venue for political outreach, international diplomacy, whitehouse personnel announcements and other important political communications. In this piece, we analyze the concept...
Share of Women in Elected Office in Every State
Women still have a long way to go before their representation in state political offices reflects the U.S. population. This graphic shows how women currently represent just 25.3 percent of state...
The Point Of No Return - How the world is adapting to climate change
Climate change is an increasingly significant phenomenon and it’s likely to become irreversible. In this website, we analyzed how the international community is acting to mitigate the human...
God Bless America
Attitudes towards religions are commonly reported on, but rarely in a way that allows relative comparisons. As such, we conducted research among the US adult (18+) population (N=1150), asking them...
What happens to the European dream when it meets the migrant's dream? Is this the Europe we dreamt of? The history of the 500km of European border walls walks together with the history of...
Here's why more women should get into politics
Facing the Paradigm Shift - Siemens Healthcare
This animated web graphic is part of a 5 part information graphic series for Siemens Healthcare, mentioning 5 major trends in global healthcare, one per piece. The artwork ‘Facing the paradigm...
Vi(c)e organique offers a pathway for discovering the informal networks of influence that developed, starting in 2013, from consultations aimed at defining European environmental objectives for...
Where's My Water?
Water is a bare necessity to us humans, and with the population explosion and rampant industrialization all around the world, we stare down the imminent Day Zero. Water, as we know it, will no...
Oil and Gold
Going back as far as 1983, the prices of two key commodities, oil and gold, have often moved in close correlation with one another, even as the Consumer Price Index rose steadily. However, in the...
How do people in developing countries spend their money?
Two-thirds of the money spent by Indian households go to roti, kapda aur makaan (food and beverages, clothing and footwear, and housing) alone. What about households in other developing countries?...
The Victims Who Don’t Count
A major nationwide investigation that revealed how in seven states victims of crime who apply for victim’s compensation to help with funeral expenses, lost wages and hospital bills are rejected if...
Why Djibouti is Home to China's First Foreign Military
China formally announced the opening of its first overseas military base on August 1, 2017, the 90th birthday of the People’s Liberation Army, a day charged with symbolic meaning for Beijing. This...
Latin America’s homicide epidemic
The region has the worst murder rate in the world, but there are some signs of improvement.
The Stories Behind a Line
"The Stories Behind a Line" is a visual narrative of six asylum seekers' routes from their hometown to Italy. The website wants to tell their stories through the data that shaped their personal...
Narco Arruina Exportaciones Ticas Para Llegar A Rentable Mercado Europeo
Drug trafficking infiltrated the national export logistics to control farms, packers, transport routes, shipping companies and ports. Hidden in containers with fruits and vegetables, they sail...
The Myth of the Russian Emigration
Some say that when Russia’s borders did open with the fall of Soviet Union, citizens rushed out. Lately they bolted again, under the weight of western sanctions. But did they? This infographic...