Dear Andrew Kuo, please be my friend. I've seen into your brain and decided that you are awesome.
New York based artist Andrew Kuo has made me once again second guess all of the negative things I've ever said about charts and graphs. Andrew creates the most intriguing editorial charts. They don't display actual quantifiable information, it's more like charting thoughts. For example take this chart commentary on a summer of concerts at McCarren Park Pool. It features graphs entitled 'How upset am I at missing the bands I missed' and 'My summer mood swings'. They display semi-useless information in a gorgeous and fascinating way. For more of Andrew Kuo's work, check out his blog or his contributions the The New York Times online. (Found through Cool Hunting).