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イギリスのアニメーション作家「Ruf Blacklock 」さんが作成した「F1カーの歴史」がわかるインフォグラフィックが秀逸なのでご紹介します。こちらは通常のインフォグラフィックですが、なんと動画とセットのインフォグラフィックです。IG下のURLからVimeoの動画インフォグラフィックにリンクしていますのでぜひ御覧ください！Read More
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- Treasures Lost at Sea
You’ve seen the movies, you’ve read the stories, and you’ve dreamed the dreams about finding sunken treasure, but have you ever spent time learning about what hidden gems actually exist at the bottom of the sea? If not, let us give you some insight on the matter. In the following infographic, we’re presenting a handful of documented and unconfirmed treasures that are currently sitting on the ocean floor just waiting to be scooped up by lucky and relentless treasure hunters. We’ll shed light on ships that went down that carried everything from coins and platinum bars to food jars, cannons, and jewels. Whether you are a professional treasure hunter, a history enthusiast, or just interested in learning more about sunken treasure, you are sure to find value in the information outlined in our infographic below.
- 50 Insane Facts about Ireland [Infographic]
When we think of Ireland we see it as a land of beautiful countryside, a people with a passion for sport and as the fictitious world inhabited by leprechauns of nursery tales. But a darker side of story books may have its roots in Ireland. Bram Stoker was actually born in Ireland and raised in Dublin, and had never even been to Eastern Europe in his life. One historian believes he used the legend of an Irish wizard and chieftain who was said to be a vampire king as the basis for his story of Dracula. Ireland is also known for its cuisine, its whiskey and of course for Guinness! Surprisingly though it is the fourth largest consumer of beer in the world, Ireland is the biggest tea-drinking nation, with 1,184 cups of tea drunk by the average person every year. For more amazing facts about the Emerald Isle, why not read our infographic!
- How To Host A Downton Abbey Dinner Party
Our infographic is packed full of hints and tips on how the aristocracy dined during the reign of George V (and indeed some royalty and aristocrats still do). This wonderful way of life was great if you were upstairs and hard graft if you were downstairs - nevertheless, hosting your very own Downton Abbey party doesn't mean that you have to live in a mansion or have servants to get the effect.First impressions count so it’s imperative to get your dining table looking as authentic as possible. Polish your cutlery and glasses, make sure your white table cloth is ironed and that you don’t give your guests paper napkins! Take the lead from our infographic, devise a mouthwatering menu and your guests will be wowed by your efforts.
- News Feed History of the World: WWII
A perspective of what happend in the WWII via the Facebook timeline interface.
En esta infografia estuve trabajando el ultimo mes; no crei que fuera tan complicado entender como funcionaba una campana, a simple vista parece algo muy sencillo pero es toda una forma de arte su fabricación y afinación (Si, las campanas se afinan y tienen notas especificas, yo tampoco lo sabia). Herramientas: Maya 3D, Photoshop e ilustrator
- The Great Evolution of Deliveries
Sometimes, it’s necessary to reflect back on how things were in order to truly appreciate how good you have things now. For instance, aren’t you grateful that services like USPS shipping are providing shipping solutions that are slightly more sophisticated than those used during the reign of Cyrus the Great back in 550 BC? That is, unless you’d prefer for your mail to be delivered via horse and message carrier. Check out the infographic below to discover some fun facts about the history of deliveries and what we have to look forward to in the near future.