The story of Gaming has seen some interesting milestones in history. Its evolution is both exciting and eclectic. One of history’s most enigmatic generals, Napoleon, loved the game of Blackjack, while fiction’s most commercial commodity, James Bond, has often been associated with Baccarat.
This and more facts are available in the info-graphic from http://www.gamingclub.com/au below. It traces the important dates in the progression of one of mankind’s oldest, fun and at times very enriching past times.
I’m loving this infographic by Yarnbombing Los Angeles showing the process behind the granny square art exhibit that I contributed to earlier this year. The exhibit opens this Saturday, May 25, and runs through July 1, 2013 at the Craft and Folk Art Museum in LA.
Astronomers have been uncovering mysteries of the solar system for hundreds of years. Check out what’s kept them captivated with this infographic on fun space facts. (Click to see the full infographic.)
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I didn’t actually realize until recently, when I read the book I’d previously mentioned called The Sushi Economy, that the food of sushi has such an interesting and varied history. Fascinating stuff.
There’s an infographic from visual.ly that gives a nice glimpse:
I didn’t have a post scheduled for today and I’m trying to post every day this month as part of NaBloPoMo. When you need to put up a quick post a great resource is Visual.ly, where I found today’s infographic. This one, by Dana Jeri Maier, is all about the process of properly completing an artist statement. I think it’s a super interesting topic and I like the way that the flowchart is laid out … seems like a design that would make perfect sense as a checklist for the visual mind of an artist!