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Infographic galore from some of the top graphic desks in the world

April 7, 2016

With works from countries such as France, China, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Guatemala and the US, among others, this is another great tribute to the types of visual journalism being produced in graphic desks around the world. They cover topics related to entertainment, sports, technology, science and current events, making complex issues more understandable and, at the same time, more engaging and appealing.

We kick off this round up with some of the recent additions to our infographic gallery, with the opening pick going to the recent stream of news under the investigative effort already know as The Panama Papers. Hope you enjoy:

Panama Papers: World-scale money laundering | Mário Malhão | Diário Económico

 

60 years of the building that cares for 527,000 volumes | Juan Carlos Ramírez, Diego Quiroz, Jorge Rodriguez | El Financiero

 

Electric car | Daniel Martínez, Alfredo Peralta | La Razón de México

 

What has been lost forever in Palmyra | Adolfo Arranz | Today newspaper

 

What happens after a nuclear war? | Bernardo Borges, Cristine Kist, Alexandre Jubran | Revista Galileu

 

Opens in Aragon the largest skating park of Mexico City | Daniel Martínez, Francisco Lagos, América Hernández, Alfredo Peralta | La Razón de Mexico

 

A god named Cruyff | Miguel Ulloa, Juanjo Güitrón | Reporte Indigo

 

More executions registered in 2015 | Mário Malhão | Diário Económico

 

Attack in the Radisson hotel in Bamako, Mali | Marco Giannini | La Repubblica

 

The spread of the Zika virus | Adolfo Arranz | Today newspaper

 

And now, the remaining picks of the week:

Periodic table by Nation and year of discovery | Valerio Pellegrini | Corriere della Sera

(image: Corriere della Sera)

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Connections between terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels | Clara Dealberto, Francesca Fattori, Jules Grandin, Delphine Papin | Le Monde

(image: Le Monde)

(Via)

A digital evolution | Joe Lo, Henry Wong, Ka Kuen Lau | South China Morning Post

(image: South China Morning Post)

(Via)

Real Madrid vs Barcelona | Maher Nasser | Al Riyadh

(image: Al Riyadh)

(Via)

From heaven to hell | Fernando Mellado | Nuestro Diario

(image: Nuestro Diario)

(Via)

Quentin Tarantino’s circle of violence | Josh Gowen | GQ

(image: GQ)

(Via)

The race for the White House | Charles Apple | The Houston Chronicle

(image: The Houston Chronicle)

(Via)

A battle of gladiators | Lorenzo Aburto Carrasco | El Debate

(image: El Debate)

(Via)

If you want to go to a conference… | Jason Schineider | The Wall Street Journal

(image: The Wall Street Journal)

(Via)

Power and Vengeance | Evelyn Romero | Periódico Síntesis de Puebla

(image: Periódico Síntesis de Puebla)

(Via)

The missing migrants map | Valerio Pellegrini, Michele Mauri | Corriere della Sera

(image: Corriere della Sera)

(Via)

A better use of time? | South China Morning Post

(image: South China Morning Post)

(Via)

Baseball Mexican style | Jairo RMZ Murillo | Record

(image: Record)

(Via)

Eggs | Zen (El Mundo)

(image: Zen (El Mundo))

(Via)

Nanosensors to detect breast cancer | Daniel Martínez, Alfredo Peralta | La Razón de México

(image: La Razón de México)

(Via)

Colossal battle | Erick Miguel Calderón, Alberto Zavala, Osiris Olachea | Testigo

(image: Testigo)

(Via)

Attacks with chemical weapons in Syria | Francesca Fattori, Flavie Holzinger, Véronique Malécot | Le Monde

(image: Le Monde)

(Via)

 

That’s it for this edition of This is Visual Journalism. We’ll return next week with more infographics, but until then you can access our archive with some of the best pieces produced in the past decade.

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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