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100 print infographics of 2014 - pt II

Don't miss the second part of the most impressive pieces of visual journalism featured on Visualoop in 2014

January 16, 2015

The new year is way on its way, but there’s still time to remember some of the most impressive works of visual journalism that stood out from the pages of the top newspapers – and some magazines – of the world, in 2014. It’s the second part of our long-awaited list with our favorite infographics of last year, and in case you have missed the previous posts with our recap of 2014, here are the links:

Now, as for today’s selection, please keep in mind that it is based upon the works featured week after week on our This is Visual Journalism column, and that means that you’ll see in here works from several non-English speaking countries. We sincerely hope that you’re able to appreciate these inspiring pieces, nevertheless.

Here are the remaining 50 infographics that made it to our favorite list:

The big money surprise about MH370 | Nicolas Rapp | Fortune Magazine

(image: Fortune Magazine)

(Via)

The Cathedral of Florence | Fernando G. Baptista, Matthew Twombly, Elizabeth Snodgrass, Daniela Santamarina | National Geographic

(image: National Geographic)

(Via)

My reign for a (solved) paradox | Accurat | Corriere Della Sera

(image: Corriere Della Sera)

(Via)

Canonization | Antonio Fuentes | Nuestro Diario

(image: Nuestro Diario)

(Via)

The global reach of the NSA surveillance | Le Monde

(image: Le Monde)

(Via)

Twenty years without Ayrton Senna | F. Robato | As

(image: As)

(Via)

The Circular Files | Todd Lindeman, David Fahrenthold, Kevin Schaul, Ben Chartoff | The Washington Post

(image:The Washington Post)

(Via)

One hundred years of solitude | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

Iberian Battle | Jesús R. Sánchez, Dante Frías | Record

(image: Record)

(Via)

On the Ball | Times of Oman

(image: Times of Oman)

(Don’t forget to read the making-of of this project here.)

The Magnificent Four | Elsa Martín | Marca

(image: Marca)

(Via)

The Ebola epidemic | Mike Faille | National Post

(image: National Post)

(Via)

Tour of France preview | L’Equipe

(image: L’Equipe)

(Via)

The hunters and the hunted | Adolfo Arranz | South China Morning Post

(image: South China Morning Post)

(Via)

Streetcar Blues | Katrina Clarke, Natalie Alcoba, Andrew Barr, Johnaton Rivait, Mike Faille | National Post

(image: The National Post)

(Via)

Malaysian flight MH17 falls in Eastern Ukraine | Marco Giannini | La Repubblica

(image: La Repubblica)

(Via)

Assessing the damage in the Gaza strip | Sergio Peçanha, Archie Tse, Timothy Wallace, Derek Watkins, Karen Yourish | The New York Times

(image: The New York Times)

(Via)

Villages in the Oceans | Zeit

(image: Zeit)

(Via)

Oasis of the Sea | Alan Jürgens, Raúl Camañas | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

Weird wet worlds: Why Earth is lucky to have oceans | Nigel Hawtin | NewScientist

(image: NewScientist)

(Via)

A Shift in Nuclear Powers | Accurat | Popular Science

(image: Popular Science)

(Via)

National typography | Daniel Lux Sandoval | Nuestro Diario

(image: Nuestro Diario)

(Via)

Rear Window: 60 years | Clara Penín | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

Garbage in Mexico City | Arturo Black Fonseca | Milenio Diario

(image: Milenio Diario)

(Via)

How The World Wastes Food | Popular SCience

(image: Popular SCience)

(Via)

War’s wheel of destruction | Wired UK

(image: Wired UK)

(Via)

WWII: 75 years ago | Daniel Martinez, Alfredo Peralta, Francisco Lagos, Lizeth Gomez de Anda, Erick Zepeda | La Razón

(image: La Razón)

(Via)

Pig Data | Accurat for Wired

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(image: Accurat for Wired)
(image: Accurat for Wired)
(image: Accurat for Wired)

(Via)

First World War, Trench Warfare of the Western Front | Erhan Balıkçı | Zaman Gazetesi

(image: Zaman Gazetesi)

(Via)

The Scottish referendum | Michael Higgins, Dean Tweed | National Post

(image: National Post)

(Via)

Panama channel | Stefan Hartmann | Focus Germany

(image: Nuestro Diario)

(Via)

Mexico City’s new airport | Celso Juarez | Periódico Síntesis Puebla

(image: Periódico Síntesis Puebla)

(Via)

Pockets full of data | Jaime Serra | Courrier Internacional

(image: Courrier Internacional)

(Via)

Planet refugee | Le Monde


(image: Le Monde)

(Via)

Nobel prize of Physics 2014 | Estefan Cuanalo | Xinhua News

(image: Xinhua News)

(Via)

The amazing feat of Columbus | La Voz del Interior

(image: La Voz del Interior)

(Via)

Parliament Without Veils | Valerio Pellegrini, David Moretti, Massimiliano Mauro, Guido Romeo | Wired Italia

(image: Wired Italia)
(image: Wired Italia)
(image: Wired Italia)

(Via)

Arsat-1 is in space | Norby Baruch | Tiempo Argentino

(image: Tiempo Argentino)

(Via)

The Throne of Márquez | Miguel Á. Carbonero | Marca

(image: Marca)

(Via)

Open Judging | Jeff Goertzen | Orange County Register

(image: Orange County Register)

(Via)

Baseball | Carlos Monteiro | “i”

(image: “i”)

(Via)

A world of Depression | Nature magazine

(image: Nature magazine)

(Via)

How Senate forecasts have changed | The New York Times

(image: The New York Times)

(Via)

The low down on e-cigarettes | Nigel Hawtin | NewScientist

(image: NewScientist)

(Via)

The wall that tested German’s spirit | Hugo A. Sanchez | The Gulf News

(image: The Gulf News)

(Via)

We landed on a comet | El Correo

(image: El Correo)

(Via)

Moto GP 2014 | Mário Malhão | Diário Económico

(image: Diário Económico)

(Via)

The 43 victims | Tiempo Argentino

(image: Tiempo Argentino)

(Via)

Life under threat | Nature magazine

(image: Nature magazine)

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New Horizons and Pluto | James Abundis | Boston Globe

(image: Boston Globe)

(Via)

 

Time to close this list with our favorite print infographics of 2014. Next week we’ll be back with our normal round ups, now with the first picks of 2015.

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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