If you follow our weekly round-ups of infographics from magazines and newspapers, you’ve noticed that a big part of the works featured there come from several Central and South American publications. And that means that occasionally, we bring to our Portfolio of the week section infographics designers from those countries – well, more than occasionally.
Today’s portfolio comes from México, and belongs to Oscar Huerta a coleague of Gibrán Meza at Sinaloa’s newspaper Noreste:
“I am an engineer, but I was seduced by design and illustration. I have worked for media for 14 years, the last two, making infographics and data visualization. I’ve passed through all the design positions in the newsrooms of Contexto de Durango and La Voz de Durango, and today I work as a Web designer, sheltered by an excellent and talented team in the newspaper Noroeste, in Sinaloa.”
Here are the works Oscar sent us:
The Mazatlan-Durango construction | Editorial Noroeste
Energy for development | Editorial Noroeste
Shrimp fishing | Editorial Noroeste
Breast Cancer | Editorial Noroeste
Connect your home | Editorial Noroeste
Hurricanes | Editorial Noroeste
Upcoming justice | Editorial Noroeste
The cost of electing a Mayor in Mexico | La Voz de Durango
Poverty in Culiacan | Editorial Noroeste
Rain in July | El Siglo de Durango
You can keep up with Oscar’s work on NewsPageDesigner, and we’ll see you next week!