This set of infographics reveals the where, what, who, and when of Michigan's meat processing.
100 maps and graphics that will change how you view the city (Penguin Books, 30 October 2014)
Are you past your prime?
The most common surnames in the United States reveal patterns of immigration.
Mental athletes use "memory palaces" to recall long strings of words, digits, names, or playing cards.
This college football player suffered more than 500 hits to the head in one season.
The Earth isn’t the only place in our solar system with water.
Antidepressants are starting to show up in fish tissue.
How do languages evolve? Which words are most likely to change?
I only made the watercolor portion of this map, but the story is too important not to share.
U.S. health care spending per capita soars off the chart.
What kills people in National Parks? Not animals.
108 billion people are estimated to have ever lived on Earth.
Over the last 50,000 years, the human tree of life has spread out of Africa and across the globe.
Translating many of America's Native American placenames.
Stonehenge was once an assemblage of timber posts.
One of my first published infographics visualized the world's most-translated authors.
The evolution of hip-hop from Africa to the Bronx.
A map for the book, Piazza: Italy's Heart & Soul