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It was almost magic news last January when Google integrated the “Word Lens” feature into their Google Translate app.
There are few places more creepy than an abandoned amusement park, and “the happiest place on earth” is no exception.
Look at just about any world map and what do you see? Political borders. We’ve grown up seeing our world divided by lines, some with physical walls on the ground, others no more real than the line on the map and an agreement between people.
Cameras are lighter, smaller, and less expensive than ever. Amateurs are now able to afflord the same rigs the pros use daily.
Each week, we visualize compelling data sets that give us more insight into what is happening in the world around us.
There’s nothing like a good book. But a good book with a great cover? That’s two works of art in one. The best book design tells its own story, whether through simple text, powerful photography, or a simple graphic element.
Water is the most precious resource in the world. (At Visual News HQ in California, we’re facing a serious drought, so we are more aware of this than ever.) Less than 3% of the world’s water is drinkable, and most of that is in icecaps, deep underground, or trapped in soil. Thanks to climate change, things are worse than ever.
Space travel has come a long way. From distances traveled to technology used, we are seeing our world—and many others—in detail we never could have imagined.
Artist Lee John Phillips is in the midst of an impressive undertaking. The resident of Narberth (Arberth), Wales is illustrating every single object in his late grandfather’s toolshed.
Good content is great to have, but it doesn’t mean much if no one sees it. You’re putting in all the work; you want all the shares, media pickup, and unique visitors you can get.
Whether you use a recipe, or just throw it all together, cooking is a skill obtained over years of practiced effort.
It’s one thing to have a favorite TV series. It’s another to open a business that looks like it. Deniz Kosan loved Breaking Bad so much, he opened ‘Walter’s Coffee Roastery’ in Istanbul, Turkey.
In the wake of the Bill Cosby scandal, New York Magazine has created what may now be considered one of the most powerful magazine covers of all time.
When it comes to shoe fashion, it doesn’t get more iconic than the Chuck Taylor All Star. Now, for the first time since the 1930s, Converse has redesigned its ubiquitous canvas basketball shoe, bringing it a touch of today’s footwear technology while hoping to continue its celebrated place in popular arts and music culture.
Over the past month two digital billboards along Massachusetts’ interstate freeways have been blending into their surroundings.
Nutella needs no introduction. We all love it, whether it’s good for us or not. You’d think a brand with so much appeal wouldn’t need to do much to keep our love, but like all things Nutella, they’re not good with sharing a little taste.
Despite our title for this post, most people would agree: vertical video is the bane of the smart phone era.
The world’s population is becoming more urbanized by the day. That means a lot of new city dwellers need somewhere to call home.
Elias Poland spent his 22nd year recording life in a journal, but unlike most people, he didn’t stick to written accounts of the day, love interests or introspection on the meaning of life (although there’s some of that).
America has had a long and storied history when it comes to where we call “home”. From the European inspired architecture of the 17th century, to 19th century Craftsman homes, or the “McMansions” of the ‘90s the continual evolution of American house design speaks to our roots and our vision for the future.