Andy Eschbacher and CartoDB are telling the story of eviction in San Francisco, where high-income blocks are getting the boot, just like low-income areas.
Want beautifully designed maps of any place? Grafomap helps you do it yourself.
Brooklyn-based artist Clement Valla has been collecting screenshots from Google Earth that capture melting forests and levitating highways.
Maps became art after New York-based graphic designer Paula Scher layered data onto topography.
Slovenian neuro-art project, BrainDance, visualizes brainwaves as listeners hear new music.
A team of mathematicians from Macalester College used network science to create an infographic that determines the main character of "Game of Thrones".
Daniel E. Coe's poster for the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries shows just how much a river changes over time.
This map visualizes 18,000 UFO sightings worldwide.
Chicago-based designer Nicholas Rougeux’s Weather Portraits infographics use wind to paint weather patterns into vibrant explosions of color.