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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

February 9, 2013

Somewhere in the pacific ocean is a floating mass of sinister proportions. Stuck in the North Pacific Gyre and trapped by currents, it remains there. The great pacific garbage patch is about 1,760,000 square kilometers of marine debris. Mainly consisting of plastic, it is almost three times the size of Spain and Portugal combined. Find […]

You Are What You Tweet

You Are What You Tweet

October 28, 2012

If you asked me about the key figures of 2011, Justin Bieber and Charlie Sheen would be the last names to come out of my mouth. And yet, according to the 75% of us who use social media, these two are this year’s most important figures. Check out my new graphic illustrating our surprising social […]

The wild origins of Santa Claus

The wild origins of Santa Claus

October 18, 2012

If you live in Belgium or in the Netherlands, the similarities between St. Nicholas (Sinterklaas) and Santa Claus (Kerstman) can become very confusing. Especially if the Coca-Cola war colours wearing Santa Claus is called St. Nick in some of the Christmas cards (or Holiday Greeting, as American political correctness obliges). So thank, ehm, God, for […]

Should I become a lawyer?

Should I become a lawyer?

October 14, 2012

This graphic was inspired by an article written by my co-worker, Josh Wright, who is a economic writer at EMSI (Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc – Moscow, Id.). Ultimately, it was decided that this might not be the right approach for illustrating the article, but I still liked it. http://www.economicmodeling.com/2011/06/22/new-lawyers-glutting-the-market-in-all-but-3-states/ Source

Mystery of Solvent Effects

Mystery of Solvent Effects

October 13, 2012

This Infographic explains the mystery of solvent effects in NMR spectroscopy of oriented molecules. Source

2011 Coupon Trend Report

2011 Coupon Trend Report

October 13, 2012

In honor of National Coupon Month, ShopAtHome.com announces the 2011 Coupon Trend Report featuring coupon usage data and trends. As couponers say good-bye to scissors and paper cuts, see which cities are embracing the new and upcoming digital coupon redemption. Source

The Airbus A380: A Bug Plane

The Airbus A380: A Bug Plane

October 13, 2012

The world’s largest airplane – the A380 – is the biggest aircraft. It’s massive and often needs special attention while landing at airports. Learn more about this massive monster of the air in this infographic. Source

The Streets Are Paved With Gold

The Streets Are Paved With Gold

October 12, 2012

With the ongoing media attention to the “Debt Crisis” in the US, coupled with many Bucharestians’ “emigration” to the States we thought it fitting to publish some bits and pieces of an interesting conversation we had with a fellow expat. A brief update first however: This debt ceiling fiasco is nothing new for the US […]

Inside The BCS Scam

Inside The BCS Scam

October 12, 2012

This info graphic is about the F1 car.Everything technical in F1 as per F1 2012,Rules, Designs and Trends. We have used the engine via the exhausts to drive aerodynamic performance. The supply the visual reference for the upright, brake caliper and brake duct design. Source

U.S. Ends Iraq War Chapter

U.S. Ends Iraq War Chapter

October 10, 2012

Major U.S. bases are closed as the U.S. withdraws nearly all troops and hands over control to Iraqi military and security forces. Nearly 4,500 U.S. soldiers and more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians were killed in the eight-year war. This slideshow provides a deeper look at Iraq’s ethnic composition, military bases, private contractors, casualties and oil […]

The 20 Carbon Emitting Countries

The 20 Carbon Emitting Countries

October 10, 2012

This infographic uses a map to show which are the twenty most carbon emitting countries with China being at number one and the U.S at number two. Source

Garage Door Accidents

Garage Door Accidents

October 8, 2012

Garage doors are the cause of hundred of injuries yearly. Source