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Michelle Rial is known for her online illustrations, along with her upcoming book, Am I Overthinking This?, both of which are comprised of charts about every-day life problems, utilizing found objects. Her work has appeared in USA Today., Fast Company, Vox, Kottke, and more
- Am I Overthinking This?, 2019, ISBN 978-1452175867
- Dinge, über die ich mir unnötigerweise den Kopf zerbreche, 2019, ISBN 9783548061351
- USA Today, Funny graphs that perfectly explain the phenomenon of brunch
- Fast Company, What You Can Eat If You’re A Pregnant, Gluten-Free, Foodie Vegan
- Vox, Serial, explained in charts
- Kottke, Graphs and Charts Made from Found Objects
- Kottke, “Let It Be” - Life Advice from The Beatles
- Paste Magazine, Diagram The Deal With Jay With Michelle Rial's Serial Charts
- designboom, Michelle Rial shows us quantitative and qualitative data for, uh, everything
- Laughing Squid, Amusing Charts Made With Found Objects
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