Ten years of maps at Time Magazine
Creatives are not meant to hide behind their screen in a dark room, while they give a talk - take note, please.
It's the twentieth anniversary, and perhaps that is why the programme is released exceptionally early.
If you want to see a presentation by one of the best practitioners (and thinkers) in the data-visualization field, then spend an hour in the company of Amanda Cox from The New York Times
the input from different cultures into one global pot of infographics is what makes such a competition stand out.
How about taking one of the most famous paintings in the history and recreate it as a 3D-sculpture?