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A look at some of the SND34 awards winners

February 14, 2013  |  CATEGORIES: Featured, News

For this second issue of the new weekly compilation of infographics in the editorial world, we have to feature, of course, some of the works awarded with the Society of News Design annual prizes. The SND34 official list with all the winners will be released soon, but many of the winning entries are already well-known. You can read about them on the SND’s website.

Here’s our  selection:

 

James Bond 50 years | Gulf News

James Bond 50 years, infographic by Gulf News

(image:Gulf News )

(Via)

A question of tastes | South China Morning Post

A question of tastes, infographic by South China Morning Post

(image:South China Morning Post )

(Via)

 

Olympics special coverage | El Correo

Olympics special coverage, infographic by El Correo

(image:El Correo )

(Via)

U.S. elections special coverage | The Washington Post

U.S. elections special coverage, infographic by The Washington Post

(image:The Washington Post )

(Via)

 

Avenue | National Post

Avenue, infographic by National Post

(image:National Post )

(Via)

U.S. elections special coverage | Las Vegas Sun

U.S. elections special coverage, infographic by Las Vegas Sun

(image:Las Vegas Sun )

(Via)

 

A lunar lookback | Gulf News

A lunar lookback, infographic by Gulf News

(image:A lunar lookback )

(Via)

 

The 50 things to drink and eat this year| The Plain Dealer

The 50 things to drink and eat this year, infographic by The Plain Dealer

(image:The Plain Dealer )

(Via)

 

A Human deluge| Los Angeles Times

A Human deluge, infographic by Los Angeles Times

(image:Los Angeles Times )

(Via)

 

Like we said before, these are nothing but a sample of the works presented and awarded by the Society of News Design. As soon as the official list is released, will be sure to mention it here on Visual Loop.

And now, here are last week’s featured works:

 

Super Bowl XLVII | Julio Lara, San Mateo Daily Journal

Super Bowl XLVII, infographic by Julio Lara

(image:Julio Lara )

(Via)

Super Bowl 2013 | Alexis Robles , Periódico Quequi Quintana Roo

Super Bowl 2013, infographic by Alexis Robles

(image:Alexis Robles )

(Via)

Super Hungry | Brady James Jones, Omaha World-Herald

Super Hungry, infographic by Brady James Jones

(image:Brady James Jones )

(Via)

Super Bowl | Miguel Ulloa, La Razón

Super Bowl, infographic by Miguel Ulloa

(image:Miguel Ulloa )

(Via)

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

Snowmobile crash at the Cermis skiing facility, infographic by Marco Giannini

(image:Marco Giannini )

(Via)

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

Can the Neanderthal Man be revived, infographic by Francisco Javier Torres, Juan Velasco

(image: Francisco Javier Torres, Juan Velasco )

(Via)

Tintín | Freddy Higa, Correo Semanal

Tintin, infographic by Freddy Higa

(image:Freddy Higa )

(Via)

Roman Coliseum | Billy Melgar Guzman, Prensa Libre

Roman Coliseum, infographic by Billy Melgar Guzman

(image: Billy Melgar Guzman )

(Via)

How LED works | Santosh Kushwaha, Gadget & Gizmos

How LED works, infographic by Santosh Kushwaha

(image:Santosh Kushwaha)

(Via)

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

The Road to Low Carbon Infrastructure, infographic by Paul Weston

(image:Paul Weston )

(Via)

Forest Fires | Esdras Jaimes, Dia a Dia

Forest Fires, infographic by Esdras Jaimes

(image:Esdras Jaimes )

(Via)

Education in Portugal | Mário Malhão, Diário Económico

Education in Portugal, infographic by Mário Malhão

(image:Mário Malhão )

(Via)

 

Scholarship Distribution | Carol Cavaleiro, Estado de S. Paulo

Scholarship Distribution, infographic by Carol Cavaleiro

(image:Carol Cavaleiro )

(Via)

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

Born in the Sea, infographic by Letícia Raposo,Sergio Bergocce, Alex Silva

(image:Letícia Raposo,Sergio Bergocce, Alex Silva )

(Via)

 

That’s it for this edition of This is Visual Journalism. Like we said last week,  if you want to submit your work to this section, just reach out through Twitter or Facebook. And stay tuned for next week’s selection.

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