2013 Longlist - Infographic

  • Global Wealth Pyramid

    KircherBurkhardt GmbH

    Global Wealth Pyramid

    KircherBurkhardt GmbH

    This information graphic was shown in the annual Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2011. The number of wealthy people at the top of the pyramid equals about one percent of the global population. The poorest people of the global population are the basement. These people have less then 10.000$ a year to live for.

  • What's in a name?

    Adam Frost/Zhenia Vasiliev

    What's in a name?

    Adam Frost/Zhenia Vasiliev

    Does your name affect your destiny? By signalling your class, gender or ethnicity, does it make certain careers out of reach? We looked at the most popular first names in a range of professions and social categories. Then we tried to work out if names, like sticks and stones, can ever hurt you.

  • Avengers Assemble

    Christian Tate, Empire Magazine

    Avengers Assemble

    Christian Tate, Empire Magazine

    The convoluted relationships between the Marvel characters before they finally get it together

  • Think You Can Mine a Bitcoin?

    Paul Ryabov

    Think You Can Mine a Bitcoin?

    Paul Ryabov

    Infographic about bitcoins and some facts about it.

  • Fly Me to the Moon

    Lars Kreuzmann

    Fly Me to the Moon

    Lars Kreuzmann

    The graphic »Fly me to the moon« shows all vehicles for man to leave the earth, explore the space and reach the moon. From the first beginning to the future of spacecrafts.

  • Brockhaus Encyclopedia Infographics

    Martin Oberhaeuser

    Brockhaus Encyclopedia Infographics

    Martin Oberhaeuser

    Infographic for brockhaus, a large encyclopedia publisher from germany. The upper part of the graphic visualizes the worlds highest mountains and their first ascent on a timeline. The bottom part deals with the oceans of the world, the area they cover and their capacity and depth.

  • Vaccines Work: Saving Money, Saving Lives

    Creative Direction/Design: Deroy Peraza, Design: Eric Fensterheim & Aymie Spitzer, Margaux Le Pierrès, Project Management/Editing: Ambika Roos

    Vaccines Work: Saving Money, Saving Lives

    Creative Direction/Design: Deroy Peraza, Design: Eric Fensterheim & Aymie Spitzer, Margaux Le Pierrès, Project Management/Editing: Ambika Roos

    The global health community has united behind the Global Vaccine Action Plan -- a shared vision and roadmap for the Decade of Vaccines -- to reach all children, no matter where they live, with the vaccines they need. Delivering three crucial childhood vaccines in the world’s 73 poorest countries served by the GAVI Alliance could lead to tremendous cost savings, in addition to illness prevented and lives saved.

  • The Decline Of The IPO

    Nicole Doucet & Jess Page

    The Decline Of The IPO

    Nicole Doucet & Jess Page

    This infographic was commissioned by businessprofiles.com, a comprehensive database of business registration information online. The objective was to bring attention to the fact that Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) have been on the decline in recent years. It highlights recent trends and possible explanations.

  • Gangnam style versus Harlem shake

    Client: Face, Design agency: Sennep

    Gangnam style versus Harlem shake

    Client: Face, Design agency: Sennep

    Gangnam Style and Harlem Shake are two of the most recent viral phenomena on the Internet, generating thousands of spin-off versions and billions of views. Pulsar TRAC’s Content Tracking technology was used to compare how the top 5 versions of each video were shared on Twitter to understand how they went on to become two global memes. Sennep created an infographic of the findings.

  • Throw It Away: Lifecycle of a Cigarette

    Naryb Wasylycia

    Throw It Away: Lifecycle of a Cigarette

    Naryb Wasylycia

    Student project showing the effects of cigarette butt pollution. The campaign was to help promote change.

  • The World of 100

    Toby Ng

    The World of 100

    Toby Ng

    If the world were a village of 100 people, what would its composition be? This set of 20 posters is built on statistics about the spread of population around the world under various classifications.

  • Eastern Market Double Sided Poster

    Jacob Hagen

    Eastern Market Double Sided Poster

    Jacob Hagen

    This double sided poster was designed to be a handout for people at Detroit's Eastern Market. Side 1 explores the market itself and what it has to offer—side 2 provides 5 recipes one can make with the food from Eastern Market.

  • Dive From Stratosphere: Felix Baumgartner

    Marisa Passos

    Dive From Stratosphere: Felix Baumgartner

    Marisa Passos

    The infographic represents information about Felix Baumgartner and his jump from the stratosphere.

  • The Unsaid Themes in George A. Romero's Dead Series

    Laura Saitch

    The Unsaid Themes in George A. Romero's Dead Series

    Laura Saitch

    This Information Design displays data collected from George A. Romero’s Dead series. Each data set shows the correlation of gender and violence throughout the four films. Each piece of data reflects societies view of violence and woman over four eras. It works on different levels of meaning and understanding to allow the viewer to draw on the design and apply their own ideas.

  • Great Britain’s Summer Paralympic Medals 1960-2012

    Andrew Park

    Great Britain’s Summer Paralympic Medals 1960-2012

    Andrew Park

    I thought it would be cool to tell the story of Great Britain's Paralympic history through data. Using statistics that I sourced from the official Paralympic website I charted GB's Paralympic story.

  • Postcards From South Africa

    Isabel Beard

    Postcards From South Africa

    Isabel Beard

    This project was part of our final year brief. We were able to choose a focus of our own choice. I decided to create a booklet based on the 15 postcards my father sent my mother while he was in South Africa for 3 months working. I created a booklet made up of a series of information graphics that represent every detail of information that could be extracted from the postcards.

  • Top 10 the greenest cities

    Kir Khachaturov

    Top 10 the greenest cities

    Kir Khachaturov

    Infographics made on the basis of a study conducted by Siemens. A coefficient of urban ecology is composed from a combination of eight parameters.

  • And the Oscar goes to...

    Adam Frost, Zhenia Vasiliev

    And the Oscar goes to...

    Adam Frost, Zhenia Vasiliev

    Everything Oscar Wilde said or wrote was designed to be quoted. But how far has he succeeded? We used search engines, books of quotations and newspaper archives to work out which of Wilde’s epigrams has been quoted the most.

  • The 39 stats: Charting Hitchcock Obsessions

    Adam Frost, Zhenia Vasiliev

    The 39 stats: Charting Hitchcock Obsessions

    Adam Frost, Zhenia Vasiliev

    From his early silent films in the UK to his ‘golden years’ at Paramount, Alfred Hitchcock returned to the same motifs and themes time and time again. Here we analyse some of these trademark obsessions. Warning: there are spoilers throughout.

  • CHRIS & ABBY ARE GETTING MARRIED

    Abby Bennett

    CHRIS & ABBY ARE GETTING MARRIED

    Abby Bennett

    For our wedding invitation I designed a 18 x 24 screen printed infographic that works as an invitation, program and menu. The poster was designed with the rehearsal dinner invitation as the bottom section so it could be removed for guests only coming to the wedding.

  • The Hobbit

    Tobias Sturt

    The Hobbit

    Tobias Sturt

    As part of an ongoing project to tell fictional stories through Data Visualisation, I thought I'd see if I could tell the story of the Hobbit through charts and infographics with the war between Bilbo's adventurous and cowardly sides as a centrepiece

  • Global Warning

    Derek Kim

    Global Warning

    Derek Kim

    "Global Warning" is a visual survey of events and statistics summarizing the economic crisis of 2007-2008 and its remnants on the current economy.

  • Flip Flop Films

    Yael Shinkar

    Flip Flop Films

    Yael Shinkar

    This infographic shows six classic films that flopped in the box office but succeeded in the long run.

  • Air Europe

    KircherBurkhardt GmbH

    Air Europe

    KircherBurkhardt GmbH

    The German armed forces and three other states closed together in September 2010 to bring each national air transport to european accountability. The information graphic shows the new quantity of air transport from Europe to the world.

  • Terrorism In Europe

    Fabio Bergamaschi

    Terrorism In Europe

    Fabio Bergamaschi

    With this Data Visualization, created exclusively for the competition, I wanted to offer a way to understand terrorist phenomena around Europe, in order to have a clearer vision about policies of our governments. The visualization in intended to be as objective as possible, letting the reader drawing conclusions by him/herself.

  • Beetlemania

    Adam Frost/Paulo Estriga

    Beetlemania

    Adam Frost/Paulo Estriga

    A look at the data behind eating insects - can it be a solution to our food security problems?

  • Tweet Talk

    Cristina Vanko (Design), Billboard Magazine (Copy & Data)

    Tweet Talk

    Cristina Vanko (Design), Billboard Magazine (Copy & Data)

    The infographic displays popular tweets for the 2012 Year in Music among Billboard #1 songs, festivals, award shows, and popular hashtags.

  • Showrooming

    Cristina Vanko (Designer), 360 pi (Copy & Data)

    Showrooming

    Cristina Vanko (Designer), 360 pi (Copy & Data)

    Showrooming is the practice of examining merchandise or products in a store and then buying it online for a lower price. The infographic walks through the viewer defining showrooming, give examples on how it's happening, why consumers engage in showrooming, who showrooming affects, the results, and how retailers could prevent showrooming.

  • 8 Phases of The Moon

    Hesham Galal Hassan

    8 Phases of The Moon

    Hesham Galal Hassan

    8 Phases of The Moon is an educational infographic poster explaining what causes the different phases of the moon during the Lunar month. In addition, the graphics illustrate the difference between a Lunar eclipse and a moon phase. Apart from showing how and why we see the various phases – New Moon Phase, Waxing Crescent, Full Moon and Waning Crescent - it shows why a Lunar eclipse occurs and what the various stages are.

  • Cultural Traction

    Added Value Designers: Caroline Edgar & Valerie Poliakoff. Content: Added Value Cultural Traction teams US & UK.

    Cultural Traction

    Added Value Designers: Caroline Edgar & Valerie Poliakoff. Content: Added Value Cultural Traction teams US & UK.

    Cultural Traction is a tool that measures, deconstructs and diagnoses the cultural relevancy of brands, and is a proven driver of brand health not just today, but more importantly tomorrow.
    Cultural Traction measures the change in a brand’s VIBE – that’s how Visionary, Inspiring, Bold and Exciting it is. How this changes over time shows how well brands are staying fresh by being connected with what’s emerging in culture. And it grounds something as amorphous as culture into hard data. Which makes the analysts amongst us smile.

  • Time & Space Visualiser: The Story and History of Doctor Who as Data Visualisations

    Paul Smith

    Time & Space Visualiser: The Story and History of Doctor Who as Data Visualisations

    Paul Smith

    As my contribution to celebrating the 50th anniversary of the TV show Doctor Who, I produced and self-published this book of data visualisations. It struck me that while there are many books filled with facts about Doctor Who, these are always text based and rarely present information visually as charts or graphics. Certainly no one had ever produced such a book focused on one subject area, let alone a specific TV series.

  • The Global U.S. Military Footprint

    Jessica Schillinger

    The Global U.S. Military Footprint

    Jessica Schillinger

    How wide is the reach of the United States military? It's a difficult question to answer. In addition to active military operations, such as Afghanistan, the U.S. DoD owns, leases, or has a legal interest in 41 countries globally (U.S. included), occupying nearly 300,000 facilities and 28.5 million acres of land. This footprint spans every continent and employs 3.7 million people. This global defense presence is unlike any other.
    This infographic attempts to show the extent of the U.S. military footprint outside the context of active operations on a global scale.

  • Farming Nemo

    FFunction

    Farming Nemo

    FFunction

    Infographic on aquaculture in the World

  • Schematics : A Love Story

    Julian Hibbard

    Schematics : A Love Story

    Julian Hibbard

    "Schematics: A Love Story" is a unique and experimental board book that pairs found scientific line graphics with simple prose to form a narrative in which life is mapped, charted and diagramed. Giving expression to the joys and uncertainties that shape love and loss, and exploring the way time and space links them, the left-hand diagrams in the book are found by Googling words derived from the essence of the right-hand text. Thus the format asks the reader to parse experiences and remarks made by the narrator with a world of phenomena reduced to abstract lines, circles, arrows, letters and digits.

  • The Evolutionary History Of Plants

    Leah Dougherty

    The Evolutionary History Of Plants

    Leah Dougherty

    I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to meet with palaeobotanists from the National Museum in Liverpool, giving me first hand experience with fossilised plants from millions of years ago as well as receiving expert advice. This made it possible to create an accurate response to the story of plants history and how they have changed our planet.

  • The Global Fight Against Tuberculosis

    Creative Direction/Design: Josh Smith, Design: Radhika Unnikrishnan, Project Management: Ambika Roos

    The Global Fight Against Tuberculosis

    Creative Direction/Design: Josh Smith, Design: Radhika Unnikrishnan, Project Management: Ambika Roos

    Tuberculosis (TB) is a contagious disease spread by coughing and sneezing that usually attacks the lungs. It was one of the world's leading causes of death before antibiotics were introduced in the 1940s. We can still cure most TB cases, but dangerous strains that can't be cured by most drugs are starting to spread around the globe.

  • Window Farms: Information Design Book

    Jiani Lu (Designer and Photographer), Book content based on the Window Farm Project (www.windowfarms.org)

    Window Farms: Information Design Book

    Jiani Lu (Designer and Photographer), Book content based on the Window Farm Project (www.windowfarms.org)

    This personal project is inspired by the urban farming movement. The hand bound book acts as a reference guide on the indoor, year round, urban farming method, Window Farming. The book visualizes various types of data and instructions covering everything from assembly to mounting to coming up with a growing plan.

  • Say it in Engrish!

    Ian H. Yoo

    Say it in Engrish!

    Ian H. Yoo

    It is always challenging for language instructors to provide diverse groups of people with optimal learning experiences. Based on the exam results from EF Education in 2011, this infographic work informs comparable analysis of 44 selected countries.
    These have been depicted in two parts of horizontal bar charts. The argument initially perceives the language skill as 2 different disciplines (spoken, written) separately, and associates them with 4 regional factors (industrial, economic, anthropological, and social) of 44 selected countries. This correlational info-graphic can effectively inform insightful background about each country/region, and how those are likely to affect written English or spoken English skill on their citizens.

  • BrandZ Top 100 most valuable brands 2013

    Designed by Sergio Fernandez Gallardo / illustrations by Edu Fuentes

    BrandZ Top 100 most valuable brands 2013

    Designed by Sergio Fernandez Gallardo / illustrations by Edu Fuentes

    This infographic is the visual representation of the 8th annual edition of the BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands. Using data collected by Millward Brown on behalf of WPP it helps to understand how brands work and evolve. For instance, we see many technology brands at the top of the ranking but struggled to deliver value growth. In general, it shows that 2013 is the year of recovery, refinement and relevance.

  • Christmas Gifting

    Martin Duee

    Christmas Gifting

    Martin Duee

    Kantar Worldpanel asked us to conceive a Christmas Card that they could send to their UK clients. We suggested to create an infographic that shows consumer gifting behaviour and thus present their clients not only with seasonal greetings but also with some valuable insight. Kantar Worldpanel provided the raw consumer data based on which we created the visual information structure as well as relevant iconography. The final Christmas Card was distributed via e-mail as well as printed.

  • Wiley - Librarian Survey

    Caroline Beavon (freelancer designer)

    Wiley - Librarian Survey

    Caroline Beavon (freelancer designer)

    Wiley commissioned this piece of work to demonstrate a selection of results from their recent librarian survey (see infographic in situ here http://bit.ly/1eKzORk).

    This infographic was created using Illustrator and Tableau.

  • City of anarchy

    Adolfo Arranz

    City of anarchy

    Adolfo Arranz

    Kowloon Walled City, located not far from the former Kai Tak Airport in Hong Kong, was a remarkable high-rise squatter camp that by the 1980s had 50,000 residents. A historical accident of colonial Hong Kong, it existed in a lawless vacuum until it became an embarrassment for Britain. The infographic celebrates this historical structure on the 20th anniversary of its demolition.

  • The Korean war

    Adolfo Arranz, Brian Wang, Jane Pong

    The Korean war

    Adolfo Arranz, Brian Wang, Jane Pong

    The Korean war was a bloody battle that lasted from June 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953. It was a conflict caused by a divided peninsula, in which both sides wanted reunification but retaining their respective political beliefs. The graphic looks at the timeline of the battles, the weapons used, and the casualties that resulted.

  • The dead zone

    Adolfo Arranz

    The dead zone

    Adolfo Arranz

    An outbreak of green algae, or hutai in Chinese, has invaded the seawaters off eastern Shandong. It looks harmless and lots of fun, as beachgoers are pictured frolicking in the green mass. But danger lurks below, with the algae posing a massive threat to aquatic life. The graphic examines what lies beyond the layers of tangled seaweed.

  • Mount Everest

    Adolfo Arranz

    Mount Everest

    Adolfo Arranz

    In 1953, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first climbers to reach the summit of Mount Everest. The graphic celebrates the milestone on its 60th birthday.

  • Terra Mater | Modern Star Dust

    ixtract GmbH

    Terra Mater | Modern Star Dust

    ixtract GmbH

    Making the quantity of all human produced objects feasible which circulate around our planet might be difficult to imagine. So we built a storyline that picks up the subject from different perspectives. Based on the satellite tracking data from AGI we mainly focused on an accurate comparison of all 1013 active and 4919 passive satellits and rocket stages, which are floating far above our heads. The capacity of both cubical volume are the exact relations between active and inactive ones (and the exact count). In addition each of the thiny star like dots around the cubes represents one piece of 20.000 debris objects bigger than 10 cm.

  • Canadian Red Cross - What We Do Infographic

    Doug Wayne, Leila Auguste, Colin Smith, Emily Chan

    Canadian Red Cross - What We Do Infographic

    Doug Wayne, Leila Auguste, Colin Smith, Emily Chan

    The Canadian Red Cross faces a constant challenge in the market regarding awareness for the breadth of programs and services we provide at home and abroad. Communicating the wide range of areas we work across in a simple and engaging manner felt like a tall order. But by breaking out our main services across 4 key areas and developing interesting facts and stories around those to we were able to create an interactive and engaging piece that quickly conveyed how integrated we are with communities across the country.

  • Hipster Road Trip

    Creative Direction/Design/Illustration/Research/Copywriting: Deroy Peraza, Design/Illustration: Margaux Le Pierrès, Jason Lynch & Wen Ping Huang, Design/Illustration/Research/Copywriting: Aymie Spitzer & Eric Fensterheim, Research/Copywriting/Project Man

    Hipster Road Trip

    Creative Direction/Design/Illustration/Research/Copywriting: Deroy Peraza, Design/Illustration: Margaux Le Pierrès, Jason Lynch & Wen Ping Huang, Design/Illustration/Research/Copywriting: Aymie Spitzer & Eric Fensterheim, Research/Copywriting/Project Man

    We couldn't resist this one. We admit it. We love MINI. Most normal car brands don't have much personality, but MINI is not normal. It's feisty, it's fun, it's joyful and it's not afraid to be different. To celebrate this "not normalness", we came up with a series of road trips illustrating that the America we live in can also sometimes be not normal. We had so much fun illustrating each of the road trip stops that we turned them all into posters, too.

  • James Bond: Cars, catchphrases and kisses

    Helene Sears, Tom Housden, Mark Savage, Steven Atherton

    James Bond: Cars, catchphrases and kisses

    Helene Sears, Tom Housden, Mark Savage, Steven Atherton

    As James Bond marked its 50th anniversary we wanted to find a stylish and fun way to convey some key data about the films. In order to gather our data a number of journalists volunteered to watch the films in their spare time, counting the number of kisses, villains and catchphrases in each movie. Designer Helene Sears then explored visualising the data using original Bond artwork and parallax scrolling, a technique originally used in 2D video games to create a 3D look and feel.

  • The Fragmented World of Digital Music

    James West

    The Fragmented World of Digital Music

    James West

    This Infographic explores the evolution of how we consume music and how it has come along way since the days of gramophones and crackly records. But now with the onset of piracy and instant streaming available to anyone with an internet connection, what has become of the stability of the industry and the fullness of artists’ pockets?

    The intention was to create fun and engaging visualisations that were relevant to the topic, whilst engaging its readers. I chose to go with a dynamic, interactive feel to reflect the ever changing nature of the music industry.

  • The Mobile App Lowdown

    James West

    The Mobile App Lowdown

    James West

    This infographic that focuses on the consumption of mobile apps during 2011. I've tried to keep the visualizations engaging, informative and relevant to the topic. Although its a static graphic, I've attempted to inject a cense of interactivity and movement that reflects the topic.

  • TNS BMRB and Cabinet Office, Community Life infographic

    TNS UK

    TNS BMRB and Cabinet Office, Community Life infographic

    TNS UK

    The Cabinet Office commissioned TNS BMRB to disseminate the results of their survey based on the public perspective on community and charitable giving. We interpreted these findings in the form of an infographic which was both printed as a large format poster and supplied as a pdf. The client saw this as an engaging way to deliver key insights and as a result, has commissioned further projects of this nature.

  • TNS UK and DECC, consumer attitudes towards energy

    TNS UK

    TNS UK and DECC, consumer attitudes towards energy

    TNS UK

    The Department of Energy & Climate Change asked TNS to produce an informative infographic based on consumer attitudes towards energy usage and the impact this has on the environment. This information was distributed online and each individual section was used to illustrate a report based on the same subject.

  • US election: Power of the Latino vote

    Nour Saab, Steven Connor and BBC Mundo

    US election: Power of the Latino vote

    Nour Saab, Steven Connor and BBC Mundo

    The rising power of the Latino vote in the US was a significant theme in the last US election, but not one widely explored via the use of data visualisation. The BBC Mundo team gathered the data for designer Noor Saab who wanted to reveal the story of the data as the user scrolled down the page. Together with developer Steven Connor she produced an inviting presentation using the parallax scrolling technique. English and Spanish versions were published on BBC websites as part of the US election coverage.

  • Society in a Box

    Heather Jones

    Society in a Box

    Heather Jones

    Humans have been keeping honeybees for thousands of years, yet the insects still manage to surprise us. Lost in the debate over what is causing the death of bees is how intricately complex their lives are, from the tiniest brood to the virgin queen. After all, what other invertebrate communicates by dance?

  • Why Health Care is So Expensive

    Heather Jones

    Why Health Care is So Expensive

    Heather Jones

    World renowned author and businessman Steven Brill has detailed what a huge mess the U.S. is in regarding health care, hospitalization, procedures, and drug costs, and postulates what we can do about it.

  • The Sneakerization of America

    Heather Jones and Tyler Graham

    The Sneakerization of America

    Heather Jones and Tyler Graham

    Athletic sneakers are the creation of marketers rather than podiatrists, and they’re undermining the health and performance of everyone from elite athletes to everyday weekend warriors.

  • I'm the author of myself

    Marco Goran Romano (illustration) / David Moretti (Art Director)

    I'm the author of myself

    Marco Goran Romano (illustration) / David Moretti (Art Director)

    A ten step map to survive in the jungle of self-publishing.

  • Your Box-Office Receipts

    Marco Goran Romano (illustration) / Justin Long (Art Director)

    Your Box-Office Receipts

    Marco Goran Romano (illustration) / Justin Long (Art Director)

    Infographic dedicated to cinema and movie preferences of an above-average guy.

  • Auf zu neuen ufern

    Marco Goran Romano (illustration) / Jana Meier-Roberts (Art Director)

    Auf zu neuen ufern

    Marco Goran Romano (illustration) / Jana Meier-Roberts (Art Director)

    Silicon Valley is cool, but isn't the only Promise Land. Here's a map about the most appreciated destinations from innovators all over the world.

  • The Way of the Robot

    Marco Goran Romano (illustration) / David Moretti (Art Director)

    The Way of the Robot

    Marco Goran Romano (illustration) / David Moretti (Art Director)

    A timeline about the evolution of Mecha done for "Pacific Rim" released in theaters. From Mazinga Z to Gipsy Danger, without forgetting Gundam and Power Rangers.

  • A Race Against History

    Activ8Social

    A Race Against History

    Activ8Social

    While horses have come close in recent years, none have come close to replicating the winning form of Affirmed or Secretariat, perhaps the most famous horse of all time. Activ8Social takes a closer look at the Triple Crown with "A Race Against History".

  • Match Report (Il Film della Partita)

    Jacopo Ferretti

    Match Report (Il Film della Partita)

    Jacopo Ferretti

    "Il Film della Partita" comes from the possibility of telling a football game, only with the help of statistical data, for a direct understanding and above all "not conditional" argument. The project, designed per the newspaper TBW, following the matches of FC Bologna (Serie A), starting from the lineups to the timeline of the match, to analyze data such as ball possession, shots on goal or out, offsides, top players, etc..

  • Olympic Futures - Brazil 2016

    Design: Nathan Goulbourne. Writer: Adam Frost

    Olympic Futures - Brazil 2016

    Design: Nathan Goulbourne. Writer: Adam Frost

    This work was an attempt to bring the somewhat perceived enthusiasm with a smatter Brazilian vibrancy and place it against the well known problems and tensions of everyday life. Setting this in the context of the 'Before and after' effects of the preceeding London 2012 games.

  • GOOD Infographic: Control of Birth Control

    Josh Ritchie, Luis Liwag, Madeleine Nguyen

    GOOD Infographic: Control of Birth Control

    Josh Ritchie, Luis Liwag, Madeleine Nguyen

    When President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 2012, the bill included a requirement that companies cover the cost of FDA-approved contraceptive drugs and services with no charge to employees. The provision became controversial among religious conservatives, forcing Obama to shift responsibility for contraceptive costs to insurance providers when employers object on moral grounds. This infographic created with GOOD looks to answer the question: what is the state of birth-control coverage in America, and where do people stand on the issue?

  • GOOD Infographic: Roberts’ Reign: The Conservative Court Justices and Their Ideological Shifts

    Josh Ritchie, Luis Liwag, Madeleine Nguyen

    GOOD Infographic: Roberts’ Reign: The Conservative Court Justices and Their Ideological Shifts

    Josh Ritchie, Luis Liwag, Madeleine Nguyen

    Since the Roberts Court came into session, trends have suggested a general rightward shift among most of the justices (despite the health care ruling). The reasons are manifold: from Roberts’ influence to the replacement of moderate Sandra Day O’Conner with the more conservative Samuel Alito. We look at the the implications of these changes in this infographic in collaboration with GOOD.

  • GOOD Infographic: The Size Of The Capitol Rally

    Ross Crooks, Andrew Effendy, Colin Dobrin

    GOOD Infographic: The Size Of The Capitol Rally

    Ross Crooks, Andrew Effendy, Colin Dobrin

    Since the Roberts Court came into session, trends have suggested a general rightward shift among most of the justices (despite the health care ruling). The reasons are manifold: from Roberts’ influence to the replacement of moderate Sandra Day O’Conner with the more conservative Samuel Alito. We look at the the implications of these changes in this infographic in collaboration with GOOD.