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This is Visual Journalism [60]

Showcase of Information design from newsrooms across the globe

April 10, 2014

In the previous two editions of This is Visual Journalism, we showed you some of the awarded print infographics of SND 35 and Malofiej 22, arguably the most important international acknowledgments any publication can receive in this specific form of journalism.

So, now it’s time to return to our regular selections of works published recently, covering both breaking news as well as other topics in different parts of the world. The infographics presented here come from countries such as Spain, Mexico, Portugal, Guatemala, the U.S and the UK, in addition to those from Visual Loop Brasil. The range of visual styles used to tell the stories is, therefore, quite diversified, with a general predominance of sports-related themes, like the European Champions League and the Formula One season.

Enjoy this week’s picks:

Dead in life, alive in death | Alberto Lucas Lopez | South China Morning Post

(image: South China Morning Post)

(Via)

A black-box ping’s distorted journey | Gene Thorp, Richard Johnson, Patterson Clarke | The Washington Post

(image: The Washington Post)

(Via)

The race against time to locate MH370’s black box | The Telegraph

(image: The Telegraph)

(Via)

The international effort to locate Flight 370 | Patterson Clarke, Alberto Cuadra, Julie Gate | The Washington Post

(image: The Washington Post)

(Via)

The Universal Tower | Raúl Camañas, Óscar Palma | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

The numbers of the eight teams left in the Champions League | Miguel A. Carbonero | Marca

(image: Marca)

(Via)

What made the mountain move | Bonnie Berkowitz, Todd Lindeman, Gene Thorp | The Washington Post

(image: The Washington Post)

(Via)

Capital punishment | The Guardian

(image: The Guardian)

(Via)

Guatemala, Mayan Splendor | Billy Melgar Guzman | Prensa Libre

(image: Prensa Libre)

(Via)

Portuguese deputies in EU Parliament | Mário Malhão | Diário Económico

(image: Diário Económico)

(Via)

Champions League – Quarter Finals | Antonio Farach, Marcelo Duhalde, Sreemanikandan Satheendranathan, Isidore Vic Carloman | Times of Oman / Shabiba Graphics

(image: Times of Oman / Shabiba Graphics)

(Via)

The Augusta’s Masters | Jesús R. Sánchez | Récord

(image: Récord)

(Via)

Headers in the Champions League | Jesús R. Sánchez | Record

(image: Record)

(Via)

F1 is loosing fans in Mexico | Diana Estefania Rubio | La Razón

(image: La Razón)

(Via)

Hourly working costs | Mário Malhão | Diário Económico

(image: Diário Económico)

(Via)

How do you drive a T. rex to D.C.? | Bonnie Berkowitz, Alberto Cuadra | The Washington Post

(image: The Washington Post)

(Via)

FIFA World Cup | Jesús R. Sánchez | Record

(image: Record)

(Via)

César Vallejo | Walter Cortez

(image: Walter Cortez)

(Via)

Mexican tradition | Lolo Aburto Carrasco | Noroeste

(image: Noroeste)

(Via)

Captain America II | Marco Vinicio Flores | Siglo 21

(image: Siglo 21)

(Via)

The impacts of Exxon Valdez | Emilio Amade | El Mundo

(image: El Mundo)

(Via)

 

And from Visual Loop Brasil:

Under the clutch of dictatorship | Daniel Pastori | Época Magazine

(image: Época Magazine)

(Via)

New urine exam | Ana Cossermelli, Erika Onodera, Goretti Tenorio | Revista SAÚDE

(image: Revista SAÚDE)
(image: Revista SAÚDE)

(Via)

Popularity Map | O Tempo

(image: O Tempo)

(Via)

The top 10 chocolate eggs | Folha de S. Paulo

(image: Folha de S. Paulo)

(Via)

Operation “Car Wash” | Estado de S. Paulo

(image: Estado de S. Paulo)

(Via)

Beards | O Tempo

(image: O Tempo)

(Via)

 

We’ll return next week with more infographics, but you can join thousands of Pinterest users who are following our boards – including the one with all the infographics published in this weekly column.

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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