Graphikos

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Graphics (from Greek γραφικός “graphikos”)

Graphics include all visual presentations that are projected onto a surface of some form (inter alia, a wall; a canvas; a sheet of paper; electronic screens), their purpose is to brand, entertain or illustrate. “Graphs” — be they bar graphs, line graphs or pie graphs — depict data (i.e., facts and figures in a spreadsheet) in a graphical, more visually stimulating, form.

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BIG IDEAS (animation & audio)

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CONCEPTS EXPLAINED (animation & audio)

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TO THE HEART OF ARABIA…

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THIS IS NOT ART

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LONDON CALLING…

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AGHAST @ A.I./AUTOMATION

 

EPHEMERA [ ɪˈfɛm(ə)rə ]

 

Chemistry • Physics • Biology • coined c. 2014

 

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Chemistry • Physics • Biology

 

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Designed by pencil

 

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Figure 1. Cost of Living

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Notes: The figures are in UK Pounds Sterling (GBP; £).
Source: The Guardian (2012). Which is the world’s most expensive city?

 

Figure 2. Movement of Labour

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Source: The Economist (2015). Seeking Safety.

 

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BBC Radio 4: PHILOSOPHY ARCHIVE (audio)

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BBC Radio 4: SCIENCE ARCHIVE (audio)

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