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This is Visual Journalism [10]

Infographic design from a dozen different countries

April 11, 2013

In his interview here on Visual Loop, Alberto Cairo mentioned  the impact cultural and social differences have on visual communication, despite the universal principles behind infographic creation. Today’s selection from newspapers and magazines around the world shows some of those differences, with examples from Hungary,  Germany, Mexico,  Venezuela, Egypt, Portugal, the U.S. and  Brazil, among others.

Enjoy this week’s featured works:

 

The Faberge Eggs | Dancsák András | Népszabadság

 Faberge egg , infographic Dancsák András | Népszabadságby
(image:Dancsák András | Népszabadság)

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The who is who of the korea-conflict | Christian Schlippes | Berliner Morgenpost

The who is who of the korea-conflict , infographic by Christian Schlippes | Berliner Morgenpost
(image: Christian Schlippes | Berliner Morgenpost)

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License plate-reading devices | David Butler | Boston Globe

License plate-reading devices , infographic by David Butler | Boston Globe
(image: David Butler | Boston Globe)

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40 years of cell phones in Kenya | Michael Mosota | Daily Nation

40 years of cell phones in Kenya, infographic by Michael Mosota | Daily Nation
(image: Michael Mosota | Daily Nation)

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Rossi and 2013 Moto GP | Mário Malhão | Diário Económico

Rossi and 2013 Moto GP, infographic by Mário Malhão | Diário Económico
(image: Mário Malhão | Diário Económico)

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Border Security | Danielle Rindler | Arizona Republic

Border Security, infographic by Danielle Rindler | Arizona Republic
(image: Danielle Rindler | Arizona Republic)

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College teachers salaries | Oliver González | El Nacional

College teachers salaries , infographic by Oliver González | El Nacional
(image: Oliver González | El Nacional)

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European League | Ahmed Shehab | El Shorouk

European League  , infographic by Ahmed Shehab | El Shorouk
(image: Ahmed Shehab | El Shorouk)

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The beginning of a new Era | Mario Palomera | La Razón de México

The beginning of a new Era , infographic by  Mario Palomera | La Razón de México
(image: Mario Palomera | La Razón de México)

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Unmanned flights and the history of aviation | Amr Elsawy

Unmanned flights and the history of aviation , infographic by Amr Elsawy
(image: Amr Elsawy)

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Floods in La Plata | Cayetana Mercé, Inés Alvarez, Paula Baldo | El Clarín

Floods in La Plata , infographic by Cayetana Mercé, Inés Alvarez, Paula Baldo | El Clarín

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And courtesy of Visual Loop Brazil:

 

Femoral Impact Syndrome | Ana Notte, Erika Onodera, Erika Onodera | O2 magazine

Femoral Impact Syndrome , infographic by Ana Notte, Erika Onodera, Erika Onodera | O2 magazine
(image:Ana Notte, Erika Onodera, Erika Onodera | O2 magazine)

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New drug test | Rodrigo Dammati, Rabisco estúdio | Galileu magazine

New drug test, infographic by Rodrigo Dammati, Rabisco estúdio | Galileu magazine
(image: Rodrigo Dammati, Rabisco estúdio | Galileu magazine)

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In case you missed the works featured last week:

 

Game of Thrones | Alfonso Rivadeneya, Rocio Medina, Orlando Arauco | La Republica

 Game of Thrones, infographic by  Alfonso Rivadeneya, Rocio Medina, Orlando Arauco  | La Republica
(image:*- Alfonso Rivadeneya, Rocio Medina, Orlando Arauco | La Republica)

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Active Ingredients | Luke Knox | The Boston Globe

Active Ingredients, infographic by  Luke Knox | The Boston Globe
(image: Luke Knox | The Boston Globe)

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F1 team budgets | Mário Malhão | Diário Económico

F1 team budgets, infographic by   Mário Malhão | Diário Económico
(image:Mário Malhão | Diário Económico)

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Kevin Millwood | Randy Erwin | The Gaston Gazette

Kevin Millwood, infographic by   Randy Erwin | The Gaston Gazette
(image: Randy Erwin | The Gaston Gazette)

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Christianity then and now | Richard Johnson | The National Post

Christianity then and now, infographic by Richard Johnson | The National Post
(image: Richard Johnson | The National Post)

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Beggar children in the city| Bhagvan Das | The Times Of India

Beggar children in the city, infographic by Bhagvan Das | The Times Of India
(image: Bhagvan Das | The Times Of India)

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2013 San Francisco Giants Opening Day | Julio Lara | San Mateo Daily Journal

2013 San Francisco Giants Opening Day, infographic by Julio Lara | San Mateo Daily Journal
(image: Julio Lara | San Mateo Daily Journal)

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City of Anarchy | Adolfo Arranz | South China Morning Post

City of Anarchy, infographic by Adolfo Arranz | South China Morning Post
(image: Adolfo Arranz | South China Morning Post)

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Ecuadorian Assembly 2013 | Manuel Cabrera | El Telegrafo

Ecuadorian Assembly 2013, infographic by Manuel Cabrera | El Telegrafo
(image: Manuel Cabrera | El Telegrafo)

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Cochlear implants | Mohamad Ibrahim | Almasry-Alyoum

Cochlear implants, infographic by Mohamad Ibrahim | Almasry-Alyoum
(image: Mohamad Ibrahim | Almasry-Alyoum)

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Hegemony | Celso Juarez | Periodico Síntesis

Hegemony, infographic by Celso Juarez | Periodico Síntesis
(image: Celso Juarez | Periodico Síntesis)

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Dance | Estefan Cuanalo | Xinhua News

Dance , infographic by Estefan Cuanalo | Xinhua News
(image: Estefan Cuanalo | Xinhua News)

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Financing Brotherhood of charities in Switzerland | Ahmed Shehab | El Shorouk

Financing Brotherhood of charities in Switzerland, infographic by Ahmed Shehab | El Shorouk
(image: Ahmed Shehab | El Shorouk)

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They choose to betray on Monday | Otávio Burin | Época

They choose to betray on Monday, infographic by Otávio Burin | Época
(image:Otávio Burin | Época)

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Whale hunting | Carlo Giovani, Ricardo Davino | SuperInteressante

Whale hunting, infographic by   Carlo Giovani, Ricardo Davino | SuperInteressante
(image: Carlo Giovani, Ricardo Davino | SuperInteressante)

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That’s it for another edition of This is Visual Journalism. We’ll be back next week with more infographic inspiration from around the world.

Written by Tiago Veloso

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

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