I love the attention to detail given to these infographics. The craft and time that went into creating them is so apparent. My assumption is it’s because people really thought they would be around for a long time. Unfortunately, it’s all to common for me to feel the stuff I’m working on is just going to be deleted pixels in a few years.
An informative infographic outlining casualties in Iraq. I was surprised to see the map break down of where the violence was happening, since throughout the war I’ve just been hearing numbers and province names on NPR.
“A permanent physical data art installation in an underground passageway, consisting of 16 half-mirroring wall elements showing real-time sociological statistics.” Socially responsible data visualization that appears to look great too.
Similar Diversity is an information graphic which opens up a new perspective at the topics religion and faith by visualizing the Holy Books of five world religions. Communalities and differences of Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism are s