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November 5, 2012
fastcodesign:

A set of maps from NPR’s Adam Cole tell the story of the 2012 election using a software that distorts the states based on election spending.

In which the Rockies are on a diet, the largest state by land mass suddenly becomes an ink blot, and California looks like a giant tumor that’s trying to crush Nevada.

fastcodesign:

A set of maps from NPR’s Adam Cole tell the story of the 2012 election using a software that distorts the states based on election spending.

In which the Rockies are on a diet, the largest state by land mass suddenly becomes an ink blot, and California looks like a giant tumor that’s trying to crush Nevada.

(via fastcompany)

13:01 // 1 year ago