What a great week thus far, for us here on Visualoop, after a very well-received announcement of our new features! And before anything else, we’d like to thank all of you who joined our growing community, and for already sharing such amazing projects. Our gallery is now nearly 1600 static, interactive and video infographics, from some of the most notorious graphic desks and agencies out there. Thank you!
Now, similarly to what we did yesterday with our round up of interactive maps, we selected some of the best infographics that are already available in our gallery. Most are not necessarily new, and probably familiar to many of you. Nevertheless, it is a visual feast of 20 of the best infographics we saw so far, celebrating the noble craft of visual journalism.
(Click through the images to see more details about the infographics)
City of Anarchy | Adolfo Arranz for South China Morning Post
Barcelona’s natural wonder | National Geographic
Transatlantic Superhighway | John Grimwade for Condé Nast Traveler
The Right Whale | Jaime Serra for Clarín
How Netflix works | Nigel Holmes for Stanford Magazine
The anatomy of speed | National Geographic
The height of social values | Alberto Lucas López for South China Morning Post
Intensive care for a damaged dome | The Washington Post
The New Sky | John Grimwade for Condé Nast Traveler
Life expectancy at birth | Marcelo Duhalde for Times of Oman
A question of taste | Adolfo Arranz for South China Morning Post
Building Trajan’s column | National Geographic
Devastation along Misurata’s main road | The New York Times
The low down on e-cigarettes | Nigel Hawtin for New Scientist
A superstorm in 2100 | National Geographic
Iraq’s bloody toll | Simon Scarr for South China Morning Post
Expanding the Panama Canal | Belinda Ivey | South Florida Sun Sentinel
Dangers of Sleep Apnea | Karsten Ivey for South Florida Sun Sentinel
A look inside The Palladium | Stephen Beard for The Indianapolis Star
Brewer | Nigel Holmes for Lonely Planet
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.