There are a lot of infographics popping up all over the place these days. Some are well-designed and actually informative, but a lot of them are garbage. I invite you to check out the work of Megan Jaegerman, who worked for the New York Times during much of the 1990s. These pieces are very well-designed, packed with real information, and deftly explain in layman's terms some pretty complex stuff. I mean, if you can explain how a knuckleball works, you have my respect. Check out a trove of other great examples of Jaegerman's work here.
David O'Keefe creates beautifully exaggerated portraits and sculptures of celebrities and historic figures. I cannot help but be reminded of the classic Phil Collins-led Genesis video for Land of Confusion, featuring characters from Spitting Image.
We are digging the characters in these manga-esque musical illustrations from Jinyoung Shin.
“Through my work, I want to reach the mind of a person with a
transparent appearance, who displays all of himself without hiding. His
mind is an infinite universe where image, word, mathematics and music
converge. Through these methods, I want to explore the truth and an
infinite number of small and large things.”