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  • Rolling in Latam

    According to the 2022 Cycling Cities Index, Santiago de Chile, São Paulo, Mexico City and Bogota stand out as the most bicycle-friendly cities in Latin America. In the evaluation of the cities, cycling infrastructure was taken into account, with Bogota's 608 kilometers of permanent bicycle lanes standing out.

  • This Is how olympic medals are earned

    Colombia has earned a total of 8 medals (represented by each figure) in the weightlifting category at the Olympic Games since 2000 when María Isabel Urrutia won gold. The height at which each weight is lifted corresponds to a different type of medal: the highest is gold, the middle is silver, and the lowest is bronze.

  • Gender pay gap in football

    According to Forbes magazine, in 2020, the highest-paid female footballer in the world was Alex Morgan, with earnings of $4.6 million. In contrast, the highest-paid male footballer, Lionel Messi, had total earnings of $126 million, which is 27.4 times more than Morgan's.

  • The triumphs of colombian cycling

    We'll tell you how many times Colombian cyclists have reached the podium in one of the three major global road cycling races (Vuelta a España, Giro d'Italia, and Tour de France), from 1985 when Pacho Rodríguez finished third in Vuelta a España to 2019 when Egan Bernal won the Tour de France.

  • The Actual Extent of Plastic Pollution in the Pacific Ocean

    In the Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and California, a vast expanse of trash known as the Plastic Continent has formed, covering an area of 1.6 million square kilometers. To put this into perspective, this area is equivalent to combining the Latin American countries of Chile, Paraguay, Ecuador, and Surinam.

  • The victims of bullets in the United States

    According to data from a Mother Jones investigation, mass shootings in the United States from 1982 to 2019 have left a total of 2340 victims, of which 934 were fatal.

  • Child Mothers in Colombia

    According to the Ministry of Health in Colombia, 5,804 girls under the age of 15 were mothers in 2017. In contrast, only 146 girls accessed legal abortion.

  • Oil Rivers

    3.7 million barrels of oil have been spilled in Colombia for more than 38 years.


    In low resolution, in a frame of 11x11 pixels a heart in human language says "I LOVE BGT". On the computer side, a binary string yields a code of 81 characters with a completely opposite meaning. What are we looking at?

  • Emblematic Women

    A design about and for women who have been pioneers, artists, scientists, athletes, mothers, activists, leaders and much more. It is a recognition of the participation of each of them in the historic process of the struggle for equality and women's rights.

  • Ladder of Rights

    Women's struggle for freedom, equality, and dignity in Colombia translates in victories and rights won. Each of these is listed on the ladder in chronological order.

  • Punk Cartography

    Effects of the coronavirus in the punk circuit of Chapinero, Bogotá.

  • Red Flags to Identify Corruption

    Red flags indicate potential corruption risks in procurement processes. They can be defined as red flags, clues, or indications of possible irregularities. They are a very useful tool to identify corruption and promote transparency.

  • Connected people

    According to the International Telecommunication Union, one third of the world's population do not have an internet connection in 2022. The pixels of this T-Rex dinosaur indicate that ratio.

  • Women in Congress

    According to the Inter-Parliamentary Union, women comprised 26.1% of parliaments worldwide by January 1, 2022. The beads of this necklace show the percentage evolution from 1995 to the present with the change in the hue of yellow.

  • It was not my fault

    "Un violador en tu camino" or "The rapist is you" is a participatory protest performance, created by the Chilean feminist collective, LAS TESIS. Its aim is to demonstrate against violations of women's rights. We transformed the powerful lyrics of this chant into the wave that illustrates this design.

  • Close the Gap

    The Political Participation in the Colombian Congress, as is the case in other parts of the world, shows large disparities between men and women. This design shows the long way to go to reach parity.

  • Plants from Bogota

    Did you know that Bogota is home to at least 600 species of flora and that the city has 15 wetlands?

  • LGTBIQ+ Labor Protection

    According to ILGA (The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association) in its report "State Homophobia 2020", 48% of Latin American and Caribbean countries have employment protection against discrimination based on sexual orientation, the other 52% do not.

  • Legal abortion

    According to World Abortion Laws, in 9 of 37 countries in the Americas abortion is legal or decriminalized without any restrictions. The white dots represent these countries. The USA is included in the 9, but has not been taken into account due to the restrictions of its States.

  • Changes in Global Temperature

    We made a visual representation of global temperature changes since 1919. This one illustrates the increase in average temperature, according to Berkeley Earth data.

  • Gender in Video Game Developers

    The International Game Developers Association conducts an annual satisfaction survey of game developers around the world. It shows data on the number of men, women and non-binary people in the industry.

  • 8M

    On March 8, we celebrate the struggles, alliances, and conquests achieved by women worldwide. We pay tribute to the triumphs of hundreds of women in this design with their names.

  • #8M - Women in Data Science

    Let's break gender gaps in data science #UnstoppableWomen #8M

  • 1025 stains

    There have been registered 1,025 murders of LGBTI people in latin america and the caribbean from January 2014 to December 2018.

  • 5xx Not Found

    More than 500 social leaders have been murdered in Colombia since January 2016.

  • Banana plantations

    The massacres occurred in Colombia during the colombian armed conflict left 24,518 victims

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