Beautiful illustrations made to look like infographics will help you build a better burger or brew the perfect pot of tea.
Wildly creative data viz is a beautiful thing. Atlas did up some infographics for Elephant Magazine that stylishly use props.
17-year-old Indian student Kaanchi Chopra remade the periodic table to focus on issues around the world instead of elements.
Advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather wants the world to know about their creative internship known as The Pipe, so they made killer posters.
Brazilian agency Y&R created a series of ads for Origen Organics to remind you that real food is not created equal. Too much contain unwanted chemicals.
Tezi Gabunia’s "Put Your Head Into Gallery" is a series of scaled-down models of galleries, allowing for individuals to become a part of the exhibits.
Not just one ocean infographic for World Ocean Day, but an entire list of the best ocean infographics to better educate yourself about the deep blue sea.
Artists Shakuntala Pandya and Saumya Pandya Thakkar repainted pedestrian crossings in an Indian town to create the optical illusion of a roadblock.
This 144-square-foot house can rotate to chase the light of the sun and regulate heat.