Great colour palette that's not in your face but still visually pleasing. I think it's really clever how the map introduces diagonals in the applied colours to reveal extra rooms and information: adds more without breaking consistency.
mazakii.com Originaire de Foshan, la Chine du sud, Jing Zhang est illustrateur/typographe/concepteur basé à East London, l'épicentre du pantalon taille basse, de l'excentricité et bien sûr de la créativité!!
The Hobbit – The Desolation of Smaug by TukiToku
commisioned infographics work for inSing on The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
I think this is a good infographic example because it separates the information nicely. Every piece of information has a place to highlight its importance. I like how it uses the body of the octopus to separate the different defenses octopi have.
Wayfinding Library - pictograms signage maps by Kine Halland, via Behance
way_5 layout of different levels is well organised + categories of different sections make it easier (function well) line + shape of symbols to communicate simple things (escalator/toilet) colour scheme - not big fan, random colours don't look like chosen in relation to other line under category coloured makes it stand out esp. against black ground background
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I like this info poster because the background is beautiful and catches people's attention, but it has a lot of information about this man's adventure as well. It's clear and easy to read , and also very eye catching.