The third in a visually stunning series of information graphics, which shows just how interesting and humorous scientific information can be. Complex facts about space are reinterpreted as stylish infographics, which astonish, amuse and inform by turn. Researched by the Guardian's Datablog expert and il ...Show more
'The Big Countdown' looks at popular topics and investigates the great many numbers that make them fascinating. From the mind-bogglingly large to smallest and most precious, this series helps us understand that it's not just our days that are numbered.
Seeing is understanding. How complex ideas can be communicated via graphics. Einstein once said: "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." The amount of data we deal with today is overwhelming for everyone, from newspaper readers to laboratory scientists. The good news is th ...Show more
Navigate the world like never before. Featuring over 50 maps of the world - one on every page - this unique atlas includes facts and figures on almost everything you'd want to know. From Nobel Prize winners and popular names, to endangered species and active volcanoes, the combination of maps and infogr ...Show more
Ever wanted to see the world in a new way? Infographica collects intriguing data from across our planet - including facial hair styles of famous dictators, the countries with the most McDonald's restaurants and the world's most expensive divorces - and presents it in stylish, memorable and original info ...Show more
A miscellany of incredible information visualised by the extraordinary Peter Grundy . What is inside your body? How does it work? And what can it do? What is it that makes you... you?! Seeing is believing with the book that shows you the facts.
From the biggest to the closest and from the driest to the fastest, this book looks at the amazing record-breakers in the Universe. It uses stunning icons, graphics and visualisations to show you how these amazing planets, stars, comets and asteroids are true galactic greats. See what is inside a volcan ...Show more
You can count numbers all around you, from the eight legs on a spider to the one nose on your face. But can you count the stars in the sky or the fish in the Amazon? Find out all about PLANTS in THE BIG COUNTDOWN, including the many different types and species, photosynthesis, flowers, pollination and s ...Show more
The second in a visually stunning series, I See What You Mean, which shows just how interesting and humorous scientific information can be. Complex facts about the animal kingdom are reinterpreted as stylish infographics, which astonish, amuse and inform by turn.
You can count numbers all around you, from the eight legs on a spider to the one nose on your face. But can you count the stars in the sky or the fish in the Amazon? Find out all about the THE HUMAN BODY in THE BIG COUNTDOWN, including the millions of bacteria that live in and on us and help our body fu ...Show more
From the tallest to the shortest, the fastest to the strongest, and the oldest to the richest, this book looks at amazing human record-breakers. It uses stunning icons, graphics and visualisations to show you how human beings keep pushing their potential to the absolute limits. Meet the tallest and shor ...Show more
'The book is a delight' The Economist The History of the World, but not as you know it. A new type of history is here - all 13.8 billion years of it, exploded into a visually jaw-dropping feast of facts, trends and timelines that tell you everything you'd ever want to know about the history of the world ...Show more