I love data in all of its forms. These visualizations are data at its most beautiful and intriguing.
Map Symbols: Railroads, 17 variations on a theme
"Money talks, but not loud enough for the 99%. By circulating dollar bills stamped with fact-based infographics, Occupy George informs the public of America's daunting economic disparity one bill at a time. Because knowledge is power."
Money Talks for the People
"The Earth turns, but we don’t feel it move" Digital renderings and procedural drawings by Andreas N. Fischer
The Earth turns, but we don’t feel it move - but does it float
Facebook friend visualization by Ivan Kozik's Nexus application and some photoshopping by Ethan Hein.
Mapnificent shows you the area you can reach with public transport from any point in a given time, and other nifty stuff.
Stone Fields (Giuseppe Randazzo) - algorithms are used to create stones and sort them by size according to an underlying pattern
"Chaos refers to a kind of constrained randomness. Wherever a chaotic process has shaped an environment, a fractal structure is left behind". Fractal renders: RoddH and Fractal Lab (by Tom Beddard). Title: Stone and Ezrati. lace, labs, patterns, math art, tom beddard, fractal art, fractals, blues, design
A living sculpture by Alexandre le Guillou built in #Processing around the idea of connections and networks. Dots and lines move and connect to each other to create shapes of color.