Artist creates a series of multi-colored maps that show how complex and simple subway systems can be from around the world.
Unicef commissioned artists to create images to raise awareness about toxic air pollution, creating a virtual art gallery on their social media account.
A series of adorable ads for Nutcase helmets show how the helmet has been protecting heroes throughout history in a fun and playful way.
A software engineer analyzed every line in Hamilton and created an interactive visualization of each characters significance and relationship to Hamilton.
In order to prepare for the inauguration of the 45th president, the U.S. military used a giant map to perform walkthroughs of the ceremony.
In 2016, designers worldwide produced fantastic infographics. Enjoy this roundup of Column Five's favorite infographic design examples of the year.
A designer created cheap mirrored protest signs to help activists at the Dakota Access Pipeline confront police.
Movie stills get broken down into color palettes, highlighting the relationship between color and cinematography.
These illustrated recipes breaks down traditional Italian dishes into adorable drawings that make it easy to cook some of your favorite dishes.