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The work and methods of anthropological artists in current museum exhibits...
The new book by Bernard Durin - possibly the best insect illustrator ever - is finally on my bookshelf
Monthly round-up of visual goodies about science and technology
Funny, deep, impossible, outrageous: we all have our wishes for the next year
Last round-up of visual goodies about science and technology of 2013
A round-up of visual goodies about two topics every data geek loves
The construction of a living anatomy book
Historical contributes to the organization of chemical elements.
Series of posts showing the latest visualizations about science and technology
Live body painting of athlete muscles for museum crowds
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networked devices in the U.S. by 2016
A Passion for Insects
Video infographics and animations
@albertocairo @visualoop visualoop coverage of visualization news and writing is simply amazing. Must for all designers and journalists!
All you need to know about #dataviz events: the @visualoop comprehensive list > http://visualoop.com/events
Good list of Datavis Blogs | Visual Loop http://buff.ly/1dZFWnA
10 high quality crowdsourced logos
12 fascinating web design statistics
Ptengine is disrupting website analytics
((o))eco Lab at FISL
((o))ecoLab mentioned on Columbia’s data journalism report
Mapping Basics for Journalists
The thinking behind Visualising Data 2.0
Welcome to Visualising Data 2.0
10 significant visualisation developments: January to June 2014