Wildly creative data viz is a beautiful thing. Atlas did up some infographics for Elephant Magazine that stylishly use props.
Artist "Red" Hong Yi made a massive Jackie Chain portrait out of 64,000 chopsticks, binding them as a illusionary measure of depth.
17-year-old Indian student Kaanchi Chopra remade the periodic table to focus on issues around the world instead of elements.
Phillip Sossou, an artist and student at Boston Latin School, sketched every classmate in his graduating class to point out the beauty of diversity.
DDB Argentina encourages the public to "Donate Lifetime" with their powerful organ donation ads featuring people as hourglasses.
Advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather wants the world to know about their creative internship known as The Pipe, so they made killer posters.
Pantone 448c, the world's most unappealing color, is on an important mission to stop consumers from lighting up their next cigarette.
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.
26-year-old MIT student Morris Vanegas worked hard on his thesis, so naturally he had wanted the cutesiest romantic photoshoot ever with it.