Funny: Somebody Save Us from Digital Clutter!

Okay, so it might not be the most beautiful infographic you’ve seen in your life, but this one surely rates high on the honesty scale… and by the end will have you wondering what the heck we’re doing. Ray, Raf ...

What Works in the Social Marketing Universe?

Whether you’re a business marketer, blogger, or artist looking to promote their work; learning how to utilize all the different tools and social media channels available will help you to survive in the vast, deep recesses of internet space. People ...

A Flashy Year of Snapshots Around The World

On any given day, could you say where the most photographs where being snapped around the world? It would be hard to say, except with this new visualization. Using data from around the web, including a healthy dose of imagery ...

Drawing Maps from Memory

Sometimes we get to know a place in life so well, having traveled it’s streets and alleys hundreds of times, that we can literally see its map in our minds eye. This collection of drawings is just that, a sample ...

A Julian Assange Portrait Made with 3D Globes

Playing off the globes in the hourglass logo of the WikiLeaks website, computer artist Charis Tsevis has created a highly detailed portrait of Julian Assange. Represented entirely using 3d images of the earth, each planet is rotated so their different ...

Freaky Art Created With Free Software

Creating painterly faces with piercing eyes and gaping mouths is the passion of artist and programmer Kevin, aka flikr on flickr. Using Vexler, one of many programs he created himself, Kevin has created a large, macabre body of work. For ...

Documerica: The Photographs of Flip Schulke

For the Documerica Project (1971-1977), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hired freelance photographers to capture images relating to environmental problems, EPA activities, and everyday life in the 1970s. Flip Schulke documented everyday life in New Ulm, Minnesota and the Florida ...

Dracorubio, 365 Days of Self-Reflection

Today we bring you the stunning and prolific work of Dutch visual artist Roderique Arisiaman, better known as Dracorubio. Below he enlightens us with his reflections and insights on motivation as he progresses through his second year of taking a self-portrait ...