Since 1888, at its first publication, National Geographic has been there to enlighten the masses to facts about our amazing world. Its original mission was to reveal the wonders of science, history, and culture all around the globe. They also understood that knowledge is power. Now, you can view some of their best infographics, from the past 128 years, in their latest hardcover. Introducing National Geographic Infographics.
Essentially, this book contains the best infographics from the National Geographic archives and it is a true history to knowledge.
This is a new anthology between Taschen and National Geographic that covers seven sections of human knowledge.
These sections are History, The Planet, Being Human, Animal World, World of Plants, Science and Technology, and Space. It covers everything from the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, to Cleopatra’s Alexandria, and even the peculiar origins of the Easter Island Statues. All of this is available to you in stunning graphic form.
They also go further into how our genetics shape us, and the world around us. Even going so far as to how Hip-Hop emerged as a cultural phenomenon. It also includes our expanding knowledge of an expanding Universe, and how global warming is affecting us.
This book also includes an essay by Nigel Holmes, as well as four fold-outs that pay homage to the original inserts that were found in the National Geographic magazines. Essentially, it is a record of some of the best-known publications that are delivered in a beautiful style of discovery and learning.
Get it from Amazon here.
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