Check out a selection of the 15 great entries that made the infographic shortlist this year, and the issues they clarify for us.
First things first, let's take a look at why we love infographics so much. NeoMam Studios offers 13 reasons.
Find the rest of them here.
Heather Jones breaks down the complicated alliances and battle lines at the major UN climate summit in Paris.
The US debt stands at $19.5 trillion. But what does that really look like? Texas Precious Metals teamed up with Visu... →
22 outstanding entries made the dataviz project category shortlist this year.
Enjoy some examples below:
From Picasso to Pollock, Georgia Lupi & Michela Buttignol visualize the lives of famous painters.
Nicholas Rougeux can't read music, but he can parse it. Off the Staff offers a unique view of famous musical scores.
Will Stahl-Timmins makes medical data accessible with his BMJ infographics.
Mona Chalabi's Instagram is a series of hand-drawn data visu... →