Source: Marris, Emma, How rats became an inescapable part of city living, National Geographic Magazine, April 2019. Photographs By Charlie Hamilton James Link: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2019/04/rats-are-an-inescapable-part-of-city-life/?cmpid=org=ngp::mc=crm-email::src=ngp::cmp=Editorial::add=Animals_20190321::rid=36624939695 I remembering reviewing all of the Rat Sightings in New York City data visualizations that were created during Week 27 of Make Over Monday. National Geographic just published a great story […]
Readers: This is an infographic that Hiram Henriquez (photo, right) art directed for National Geographic’s Ocean special issue. The art was done by Bruce Morser. Research was by Darcy J. Bellido De Luna.
National Geographic’s June 2018 magazine cover provides a chilling affect to any reader concerned about our oceans and our planet. The classic orange-yellow framed cover surrounds a picture of a plastic bag submerged underwater with one of its tips pointing out of glacial-blue waters and appears to look like the tip of an iceberg. “Planet […]
For the bulk of human history, it’s been impossible to put Earth in cosmic perspective. Bound by gravity and biology, we can’t easily step outside it, above it, or away from it. For most of us, Earth is inescapably larger than life. Even now, after nearly six decades of human spaceflight, precious few people have […]
Readers: When I was a young lad, before all this fancy technology existed to tell and show me the wonders of our world, I loved to look at the pictures and read the articles in the National Geographic. Launched in 1888, the National Geographic’s mission was to “reveal the wonders of history, popular science, and culture […]
Source: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2012/07/easter-island/bloch-text Authors: Fernando Baptista (Design) Mathew Twombly (Design) Patricia Healy (Design) Debbie Gibbons (Design)