by Infogr.am

This is Visual Journalism [1]

A brand new series celebrating infographic design

February 7, 2013

Visual Journalism it’s a much broader concept than just infographic production, but the balanced combination between text and images to convey a stor to a particular audience has in information design its greatest tool. And despite all the possibilities arising from interactive data visualization, the fundamentals of great information design are still mostly viewed in the pages of newspapers and magazines from all over the world.

We start today a new series of weekly posts dedicated to visual journalism, gathering examples from different publications. Some of these examples will be coming from non-English speaking countries, including Brazil, courtesy of Visual Loop Brazil.

If you want to submit your work to this section, just reach out through Twitter or Facebook. And here’s our first selection – with some Super Bowl action included, of course:

Super Bowl XLVII | Julio Lara, San Mateo Daily Journal

(image:Julio Lara )

(Via)

Super Bowl 2013 | Alexis Robles , Periódico Quequi Quintana Roo

(image:Alexis Robles )

(Via)

Super Hungry | Brady James Jones, Omaha World-Herald

(image:Brady James Jones )

(Via)

Super Bowl | Miguel Ulloa, La Razón

(image:Miguel Ulloa )

(Via)

Snowmobile crash at the Cermis skiing facility | Marco Giannini, La Repubblica

(image:Marco Giannini )

(Via)

Can the Neanderthal Man be revived? | Francisco Javier Torres, Juan Velasco, ABC

(image: Francisco Javier Torres, Juan Velasco )

(Via)

Tintín | Freddy Higa, Correo Semanal

(image:Freddy Higa )

(Via)

Roman Coliseum | Billy Melgar Guzman, Prensa Libre

(image: Billy Melgar Guzman )

(Via)

How LED works | Santosh Kushwaha, Gadget & Gizmos

(image:Santosh Kushwaha)

(Via)

The Road to Low Carbon Infrastructure | Paul Weston, New Civil Engineer magazine

(image:Paul Weston )

(Via)

Forest Fires | Esdras Jaimes, Dia a Dia

(image:Esdras Jaimes )

(Via)

Education in Portugal | Mário Malhão, Diário Económico

(image:Mário Malhão )

(Via)

 

Scholarship Distribution | Carol Cavaleiro, Estado de S. Paulo

(image:Carol Cavaleiro )

(Via)

Born in the Sea | Letícia Raposo,Sergio Bergocce, Alex Silva, Revista Saúde

(image:Letícia Raposo,Sergio Bergocce, Alex Silva | Revista Saúde )

(Via)

 

That’s it for our first edition of This is Visual Journalism. Hope you enjoyed it, and stay tuned for the upcoming weeks.

Written by Tiago Veloso

Tiago Veloso is the founder and editor of Visualoop and Visualoop Brasil . He is Portuguese, currently based in Bonito, Brazil.

Follow:
Comments