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Infographics about Jurassic World, plus the weekly round up with a variety of other topics

June 25, 2015

It has been an amazing week for visual journalism thus far, here on Visualoop. In our Portfolio of the Week section we had the pleasure to present to you the works of the one and only Alberto Cuadra, currently working in the Washington Post. And the day after, more high-quality infographics, this time from the team over at Golden Section Graphics, who also shared a bit of their history in the world of information graphics – including valuable contributions such as the In Graphics magazine.

In terms of the week’s dominant topics illustrated in infographics, we picked the new chapter of the Jurassic Park movie franchise. Already a huge box-office success, the most recent “dinosaur-thriller” caught the attention of a number of newsrooms, many of which produced impressive infographics. These are followed by an assorted mix of outstanding pieces of visual journalism about other current events, so we hope you enjoy them as much as we did compiling this list:

Jurassic world, ready to surprise | Jairo RMZ Murillo | La Razón

(image: La Razón)

(Via)

The terror returns | Antonio Fuentes | Nuestro Diario

Nuestro Diario

(Via)

Jurassic Park’s new attractions | Carlos Proaño | El Télegrafo

(image: El Télegrafo)

(Via)

The resurrection of dinosaurs | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

Welcome to Jurassic World | Lorenzo Aburto Carrasco | El Debate

(image: El Debate)

(Via)

Jurassic return | Erick Miguel Calderón, Adriana Sánchez Cano | Testigo en Morelia

(image: Testigo en Morelia)

(Via)

Jurassic World | Billy Melgar Guzman | Prensa Libre

(image: Prensa Libre)

(Via)

The new Jurassic Park is open | Álvaro Stuardo, Daniel Mansilla, Alfredo Cáceres | La Tercera

(image: La Tercera)

(Via)

The new dinosaurs of Jurassic World | Juan Luis Gutiérrez | Oye Veracruz

(image: Oye Veracruz)

(Via)

The new Jurassic World | Enrique Pacheco | El Debate de Los Mochis Sinaloa

(image: El Debate de Los Mochis Sinaloa)

(Via)

Enough dinosaurs, right? Here are the more infographics about other topics:

The everything guide to the libido | New York Magazine

(image: New York Magazine)

(Via)

Energy consumption | Corriere della Sera

(image: Corriere della Sera)

(Via)

Cranial transplant | Daniel Martínez, Alfredo Peralta | La Razón

(image: La Razón)

(Via)

Luis Henrique, one La Liga in his rookie year | Marca

(image: Marca)

(Via)

New Dragon Ball Z movie | Gustavo Alonso Ortiz | Tabasco Hoy

(image: Tabasco Hoy)

(Via)

Wasted food in the World | Marco Giannini | La Repubblica

(image: La Repubblica)

(Via)

The sanctuary of Olympia | Historia (National Geographic)

(image: Historia (National Geographic)

(Via)

América vs Tigres | Bertín Cova Cruz, Jairo RMZ Murillo | La Razón

(image: La Razón)

(Via)

Asbestos | Cristina Claverol | El Periódico

(image: El Periódico)

(Via)

Unemployment in France | Libération

(image: Libération)

(Via)

From Galicia to Andalucía | Óscar Ayerra | La Voz de Galicia

(image: La Voz de Galicia)

(Via)

The numbers of Xavi Hernández in the Spanish team | Miguel Ángel Fernández | AS

(image: AS)

(Via)

Recovering memories | Daniel Martínez, Alfredo Peralta | La Razón

(image: La Voz de Galicia)

(Via)

24 hours of Le Mans | Alberto Martínez | Marca

(image: Marca)

(Via)

The resurrection of Freeza | Alvaro Stuardo | La Tercera

(image: La Tercera)

(Via)

Vermut | Cristina Claverol | Dominical (El Periódico)

(image: Dominical (El Periódico))

(Via)

Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator | Daniel Martínez, Alfredo Peralta | La Razón

(image: La Razón)

(Via)

Naval battle of Iquique | Francinsco Solorio, Alfredo Cáceres | La Tercera

(image: La Tercera)

(Via)

Ramadan 2015 | Osama aljawish | Al Shabiba

(image: Al Shabiba)

(Via)

And from Brazil:

Parkinson disease | André Biernath, Ana Cossermelli, Erika Onodera| Saúde magazine

Saúde magazine
Saúde magazine

(Via)

The vaccine controversy | O Tempo

(image: O Tempo)

(Via)

Why some people have eyes with different colors | Geiza Martins, Victor Bianchin, Erika Onodera, Elias Fernandes | Mundo Estranho

(image: Mundo Estranho)

(Via)

 

Time to close this edition, but next week we are preparing something really special for the visual journalism community, so keep watching this space. And until then 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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