Researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies captured a shark eating another shark in the Great Barrier Reef! The a tasselled wobbegong shark was swallowing brown-banded bamboo shark head first!
'The Transformer: Principles of Making Isotype Charts' beautiful book using the International System of Typographic Picture Education, pictograms designed to communicate complex information in a nonverbal way, by Marie and Otto Neurath.
Artist Colin Pinegar created its impressive infographic from examining his facebook 'friends', scoring them after a lengthy survey, then making a wax bust for each person in the color that corresponded to their score.
The Scale of the Universe by Cary Huang takes you from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of space-time. Along the way you will see molecules, animals, countries, and galaxies; all putting you in your scale. Awesome!
A fusion of aesthetics, feel and handicraft. The pattern on the porcelain bowl by Ines Lang Porzellan is applied with shellac in a dry state, then scrubbed out using a sponge and water, to obtain the relief-like surface.
Artist Niege Borges Alves has created a series of illustrations of famous dances from film and television. The project is called Dancing Plague of 1518 and features dances from Napoleon Dynamite, Arrested Development and Pulp Fiction, among others.