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This is Visual Journalism [151]

Infographic design from the pages of newspapers and magazines

September 8, 2016

With works from a dozen different countries, including France, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Portugal, the US and Mexico, this is another epic selection of information design being done for print editions of magazines and newspapers.

In a time where the future of more “traditional” news outlets – a.k.a. the “Text Dictatorship” – seems as bleak as never before, it’s a real pleasure to be able to do these weekly reminders of how important visual journalism can be (is?) to adjust to this new content-consumption reality, in which people read less and ‘scan’ more. We thank all the professionals that share on a continuous basis their works with us, especially the ones already present in our gallery.

And that’s where we begin this week’s journey, with some of the latest additions to our growing collection of exquisite infographics:

El Clásico | Catalogtree | Eight by Eight

 

An elephant is killed every 15 minutes | Victor Nieto, Alfredo Peralta | La Razón de México

 

Bombed hospitals in the Middle East | Marco Giannini | La Repubblica

 

A very smart monkey | Gerson Mora, Alberto Cairo, Luis Salomão | Época magazine

 

Starfox Anaglyph 3D | Estefan Cuanalo | Xinhua News Agency

 

The history of Peru (series) | Victor Sanjinez | El Comércio

 

3D models rescue pre-history of Santa Catarina | William Mariotto | Estado de S. Paulo

 

China Rising | John Grimwade | Eight by Eight

 

Fighters | Ivan Kemp, Nuno Paixão Louro | Sábado

 

Hit parade | Valério Pellegrini | Corriere della Sera – La Lettura

 

And now, the remaining picks of the week:

Hunting and deforestation threatens the last gorillas | Victor Nieto, Daniel Martínez | La Razón de México

(image: La Razón de México)

(Via)

The first architects in history | Josemi Benítez | Diario Sur

(image: Diario Sur)

(Via)

Bach | Miguel Ángel Martínez | Síntesis

(image: Síntesis)

(Via)

The entrance to the underworld | Esteban Josué Arreola Pérez | Prensa Libre

(image: Prensa Libre)

(Via)

Barcelona’s spending in public cleaning | Raúl Camañas, Clara Penín | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

The largest public debt in 107 years | El Mundo

(image: El Mundo)

(Via)

The great earthquakes of Italy | Corriere della Sera

(image: Corriere della Sera)

(Via)

Seeking a Rendezvous with an asteroid | Ramón Padilla, George Petras, Janet Loehrke | USA Today

(image: USA Today)

(Via)

La Voz redesigned | La Voz del Interior

(image: La Voz del Interior)

(Via)

The ones that got away are huge | Daisy Chung | National Geographic

(image: National Geographic)

(Via)

Star Trek 50 years | Brían Tejeda | Perú21

(image: Perú21)

(Via)

Regular brain vs Alzheimer | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

The Saint of the forgotten | Dario Gutierrez Gamarra, Paola Osejo, Julio Antonio Rivadeneyra, Daniel Chang | El Peruano

(image: El Peruano)

(Via)

The satellite system of Peru | La República

(image: La República)

(Via)

Civil War | Victor Nieto, Yuriko Cruz | La Razón de México

(image: La Razón de México)

(Via)

After the FARC | Jules Grandin, Flavie Holzinger | Le Monde

(image: Le Monde)

(Via)

The rebellion that expelled the Spanish from Tenochtitán | Daniel Martínez, Victor Nieto, Francisco Lagos | La Razón de México

(image: La Razón de México)

(Via)

Giraffes | Raul Camañas, Clara Penín, Alan Jürgens | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

Princely passage | Dean Tweed, David Rudin | National Post

(image: National Post)

(Via)

Madrid finally protects the linx | Carlos G. Simón, Elena Segura | ABC

(image: ABC)

(Via)

Soda’s impacts in your health | Jairo Ramírez | Revista H

(image: Revista H)

(Via)

Ruben Aguirre, the teacher many wanted to have | Carlos Proaño | El Telégrafo

(image: El Telégrafo)

(Via)

 

And 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 of visual journalism 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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