• Now it’s YOUR turn to join the judging panel!
  • 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:

    Giorgia Lupi is an information designer who creates visuals that close the gap between data & daily life. She and her studio, Accurat, have been recognised far and wide, including picking up a Kantar Information is Beautiful award for Nobels, No Degrees.

    @giorgialupi

     

    Alberto Cairo is Knight Chair in Visual Journalism at the University of Miami, and director of the visualization prog...

  • 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 sop...
  • 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 Graph...
  • 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 will be judged between free and paid entries in 12 unique categories as follows:

    Free entries

    Amazing works created independently or within publishing / public service may be entered for free. Any work from May 2014 onwards will be considered for entry. Nominate something now and you’ll be entered to win a copy of Knowledge is Beautiful. Or tweet a link with hashtag #iibawards.

    Data visualisa...

  • 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 metapho...