There's not much more to say about this infographic other than that it presents 15 things you should know about breasts, which, in some form or another, are really important to the entire population of the world.
The following animation by the artist Isao Hashimoto depicts every nuclear bomb explosion from 1945 to 1998. It’s on the long side, but that's what makes so unsettling (and effective).
The hums of the detonations give the piece a surreal, musical texture, but it’s the metronomic beeping—and the silence between those beeps—that lets the gravity set in. We do quite a lot of damage in the name of protecting ourselves from each other.
April is the cruelest month, but not for the reasons T.S. Eliot cited. No, I'm talking about Earth Day press releases, which—especially considering this year's absurd batch—represent the degradation of a day designed to foster environmental care-taking into a marketing frenzy for "sustainably" produced knickknacks.