Readers: Yesterday, my wife and I attended the 10th Anniversary show for the Arizona Toy Con. I love to walk around and see many of the toys of my youth as well the toys my kids played with when they were young and they also cherished dearly. According […]
Source: Diana Adams, The Design Evolution Of Your Favorite Soda Cans From 1948 Until Today, Bit Rebels, 2014, http://www.bitrebels.com/design/design-evolution-favorite-soda-cans/.
SWANH.NET is an adaptation of Star Wars Episode IV in a style that was inspired by infographics. One story in one piece of 123 meters length (403.54 feet) It was created by Martin Panchaud. He is an illustrator and graphic novelist, born in 1982 in Geneva, Switzerland and […]
The Original 1953 Logo When Chevrolet was preparing their new Corvette sports car in the early ’50s, the task of designing the emblem (or logo) fell to Chevy interior designer Robert Bartholomew. Bartholomew’s design (above) featured two crossed flags: One, the checkered flag that symbolized race victory, the […]
[Click on image above to watch video] The Santa Claus we all know and love — that big, jolly man in the red suit with a white beard — didn’t always look that way. In fact, many people are surprised to learn that prior to 1931, Santa was […]
When I played mallet percussion back in high school, I played Flight of the Bumble Bee on our Xylophone for a regional competition and won a second place finish. It was a tricky piece of music to play and took a lot of hand-key coordination. The data visualization […]
Readers: On the Saturday before Memorial Day last year, Ray Stanjevich decided to attend an auction of an unusual collectible: an 8,000-pound section of the Berlin Wall. He did not plan to bid on the concrete slab at the sale outside Atlanta last year. Where would he put […]