2017 marks our second year producing the "Notable Deaths" infographic timeline. I'd like to say we could draw some solid data-driven conclusions now that we have two graphics to compare, but there's so much subjectivity in this process that it makes drawing actual scientifically valid assertions impossible. As we wrote in last year's post:
Topics: Infographics, Information Graphics, Celebrities, Noteworthy deaths, Glen Campbell, Charles Manson, Jerry Lewis, Tom Petty, Hugh Hefner, Mary Tyler Moore, Gregg Allman, Adam West, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino
I have to say we are incredibly fortunate to work with a ton of great clients, and we're even more fortunate when a client we've worked with at one organization moves on to a new opportunity at a different organization and so appreciates the work we've done together in the past that they want to work with us in their new role as well.
Love is in the air! Now through Valentine's Day you can get $10 off all our Shakespeare Illustrated Plot Summary posters. It's our biggest discount ever. What can we say? We're just in the mood to spread some information graphic love.
When Mitch McConnell opted not to hold a vote on former President Barack Obama's nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia in early 2016, Democrats cried foul. McConell's argument was that because Obama was in his last year, was term limited and the presidential race was already in full swing, the decision should be left to the newly elected president to decide.
On January 27, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order (EO) titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States.” This EO temporarily bans the issuing of visas to “immigrants and nonimmigrants” from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen — countries listed as terrorist hotbeds by the Obama administration — for a period of 90 days. Additionally, the EO temporarily bans all refugees from those same countries for a period of 120 days while the Trump administration examines vetting guidelines for entry into the U.S.
We're seeing lots of people on social media exasperated about how terrible a year 2016 has been. I'm not sure how true that is compared to other years, but clearly some people can't wait for 2016 to end and for 2017 to begin. Maybe that's due to the hotly contested election season or to the seemingly large number of celebrities and other noteworthy people who died in 2016.
It's officially the Christmas holiday season, and if you're like most folks, you're probably running behind on shopping for your friends and family. Well, we're here to help because that's how we roll. Right now, in our online storefront, we're giving you 25% off our popular Shakespeare Illustrated Plot Summary Infographic Posters and our brand new Science of Santa Infographic Christmas Cards. They're perfect for your favorite egghead-know-it-all.
While this 3D-animated short film by Jacob Frey isn't a Christmas movie per se, it does offer a touching storyline that centers around the act of gift giving and how such gestures of love and caring can change someone's life for the better.
When Jim Delligatti, inventor of McDonald's famed Big Mac, died on Nov. 28, 2016, and then was followed two days later by the inventor of General Tso's Chicken, Chef Peng Chang-kuei — both at the age of 98 — we, along with the rest of fast-food-loving America, mourned the tragic loss of these two legendary figures by making a run for burgers and Chinese takeout. Ok, not really.
Topics: Infographics, Information Graphics, Colonel Sanders, Fast Food, David R. Edgerton, William Rosenberg, General Tso’s Chicken, Baskin-Robbins, Taco Bell, Dunkin’ Donuts, Jim Delligatti, Peng Chang-kuei, Burt "Butch" Baskin, Irvine Robbins, Glen William Bell, Jr., Rex David "Dave" Thomas, Dan and Frank Carney, James Whitman "Jim" McLamore, Samuel Truett Cathy, Big Mac, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Wendy’s, Pizza Hut, Burger King, Chick-Fil-A
An inside look at the money Jill Stein has raised for her presidential campaign versus funding her recount efforts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan.