“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” | Albert Einstein. Information Graphics ($47) looks at how the most complex of ideas can be communicated through. Our everyday lives are packed with a continuous huge flow of information in order than we interpret and are therefore able to understand the world we are living in today. When you consider the complex array of data that is floating around us visual communication is often the best, or sometimes the only way of communicating. This is a unique book that presents us with a historical and fascinating perspective on this subject, and highlights the vital role graphics play in modern society.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Apart from being some of the most alluring sex symbols ever, can you think of anything else that Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield and Bettie Page have in common? They all graced the Playboy pages during the 1950’s, a decade renowned for being the last great era of old-style glamour. The […]