• It was no easy task, to hand-pick the best among so many great entries, but the shortlist for the 2015 Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards is finally live.
  • While you take a break from perusing the longlist, read on and meet some more of our outstanding judges!
  • Super-pleased and honoured to unveil the longlist for the 2015 Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards.
  • While your entries and nominations flood in, we have been assembling a hit squad of dataviz gurus. Over 30 judges will pick the winners. Meet them:
  • Women Gold Medalists is a project by designer and philosopher Wendy Fox. Celebrating diversity of female athletes’ body types, it's an interactive visualization paired with simple but sophisticated illustrations of every female gold medalist during the London 2012 Olympic Games.

    http://womensgoldmedalists.com/

  • Beautiful infographics accompanied the print programme for the 2014-2015 season of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. Created by the Berlin-based agency Golden Section Graphics, they ...
  • Rifling through the ever-growing nominee list, we noticed some great examples of attempts to explain the Syrian war and the ensuing refugee crisis in different award categories.
  • Closing date for nominations is in two weeks and competition will be fierce, but worry not: there are many chances of winning, 18 to be exact. Besides six special awards, work w...
  • Emotions are very much like the universe: they change, expand, sway, travel and relate to each other. In the Universe of Emotions project, Ana Gea and Victor Palau use outer space metaphors to create a visualisation of 307 human emotions and their relationships. Stunningly beautiful!

    http://universodeemociones.com/

  • The data journalism team on Slovenian newspaper Dnevnik, lead by Aljaž Vindiš choose a different topic each week and the small collective of authors produce the features in their entirety...