"In China, there is no why." —Chris Buckley, Paul Mozur and Austin Ramzy, "How China Turned a City Into a Prison." The New York Times. April 4, 2019. The future is here; it's just not evenly distributed yet.
Bubble animation showing the stages of a relationship, i.e., first met, romantic, living together, and married, over time with two halves showing the differences between the 1970s and 2010s. Key insight, living together is much more prevalent now. https://flowingdata.com/2019/03/26/relationship-stages/
London's PUBLIC gallery is opening IM GOOD THANKS, a solo exhibition by the renowned Catalan artist Joan Cornellà. I've mentioned him previously. But, the link above has an image of his work, Mumm, that exemplifies everything that I love about his work, i.e., it's transgressive social commentary. Not for everyone, but I think it's hilarious.
—STEM Role Models Posters from the Nevertheless podcast.
"This photo essay bears witness to a critical moment in geological history, showing the breadth of impact that our human systems and technologies have imposed onto natural landscapes."—The Anthropocene Project
Writes lovely little graphic stories, like this one.