• Save the Bees

    amazing detail in illustration art

  • Gary Leahy

    Stunning Infographics and Data Visualization

  • Shawn Srolovitz

    This Geologic Time Spiral Infographic shows the geologic timeline of the Earth, which is 4.6 billion years old. It attempts to visualize a very difficult concept, the idea of how long 4.6 billion years really is. Because of human's large number bias and inability to comprehend such large numbers, we cannot really grasp how long 4.6 billion years really is. If the time of earth was put onto a 12-hour clock, human existence would equate to less than one-tenth of a second.

  • Best Infographics

    Beautiful lies - infographics inspirations: natural history infographics

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