Deconstructing the art and science of storytelling, This sentence, the one you're reading right now, is the most important one in this entire feature. I have to draw you in - fast - or I'll lose you, perhaps to another article in this magazine, or Facebook, or a cat on a skateboard on YouTube. | Marketing Magazine
Mayhew Animal Home injects joy into lives of beleaguered workers, A bouncer getting aggro from a gang of youths trying to get into a club, a referee receiving abuse from some footballers after a match, and a market researcher being ignored while trying to quiz people on the street are the
Peter and Jane go to a modern art gallery. In one room there is an old master that has been defaced with a giant penis; in another a canvas scrawled with the words ‘Why did you f**k me and leave???’ hangs on the wall; in another there is nothing at all.
For many, the rise of the infographic is linked to the digital age. Yet a new exhibition will show scientists and statisticians have used images to explain data for centuries, including Edmund Halley and Florence Nightingale, who used a diagram to help drive through health reform.