Wealth Inequality in America

Blergggg. This video has really been making the internet rounds… it seems to have gone viral over the weekend (even though it’s been hanging out on YouTube, quietly waiting to be noticed since last November). It makes REALLY effective use of infographics and motion graphics. Also, it makes me feel blerg. Watch, you’ll see. (P.S… […]

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Considering Cupcake Gentrification

So I just read a cool thing on Co.Design… this interview with Jessica Hagy about her blog Indexed (among other things). Consequentially, Indexed is now my new favorite blog. Apparently I’m a little behind the times with this one since it’s been up since 2006 (oops… social media fail) but it’s still hilarious and relevant 7 years […]

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When Women are Denied Abortion Access…

This is an infographic that I started quite a while ago, when io9 initially posted this article discussing what happens to women who seek out an abortion but are unable to obtain one due to restrictive laws. They pulled statistics from UC San Francisco group Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH)‘s Turnaway Study; the study, which is […]

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Batsuit Up!

In honor of my hopefully fabulous and soon-to-be completed Halloween costume (and also because Batman is, in general, the best superhero) I decided to throw together an infographic chronicling the evolution of the Batsuit (woo hoo!). Alas, live-action Batmans only because otherwise this would have literally taken me all day. Click on the image below […]

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