This huelab captures the colors of the album art for all of the singles released by best-selling pop artist Lady Gaga. The bulge at the left reflects the flurry of singles that followed her debut album, The Fame. The huelab narrows during a period of relative silence when Gaga was recovering from an on-stage injury. Can you find the color signature of your favorite single hiding in this huelab?
With more than 20 years of publication under its belt, Wired Magazine has a long and storied history. This huelab shows every issue of Wired ever published, starting with the first in March 1993. Notice the extra bit of pink in the first months of Wired's huelab, from when Wired frequently used bright pink letters in its title. What other stories can you find hidden in this huelab?
Every weekday, uncrate.com features the latest must-have products for men. This huelab shows every product Uncrate featured in April 2014. Notice the peaks - weekdays, when Uncrate publishes the latest products - and valleys - weekends, when no new products are published. Also check out the 3D printer featured about a quarter of the way through the huelab - its bright colors are a great demonstration of the hue selectors on the left-hand side of every huelab. Click once on the huelab graphic to lock to that time in the huelab, then click the various hue selectors to see where each hue appears in the photos.
When Fast Company first started in 1995, they printed only a handful of issues per year. Over time, they ramped up to an issue each month - then decided ten was the perfect number, and have published ten issues per year ever since. See that story and more in this huelab showing every Fast Company magazine cover from its inception in 1995 to June 2014.
With employees in multiple states, we at huelab.me find ourselves traveling quite frequently. In-flight magazines like American Way have kept us company on our share of flights. Here are more than thirteen years of American Way magazine covers, from January 2001 to June 2014.