Vintage Visual Language: The Story of Isotype | Brain Pickings: In the 1930s, Austrian sociologist, philosopher and curator Otto Neurath and his wife Marie pioneered ISOTYPE — the International System Of TYpographic Picture Education, a new visual language for capturing quantitative information in pictograms, sparking the golden age of infographics in print.

The Invention of ISOTYPE: How a Vintage Visual Language Paved the Way for the Infographics Age

Interesting Trivia - how long does that animal live? What is the average lifespan of a wolf? What about a woodpecker? This infographic looks at the lifespan of different species and how long they live.

Zimbabwe - Map and Infographics by Jeff Tyser and Kerryn-lee Maggs. 7 countries. 150 days. 22 500 kms.

Southern Africa travel infographics

Johannesburg, South Africa-based ad people Jeff Tyser and Kerryn-lee Maggs traveled through 7 countries in the region over 150 days.

this infographic used interesting shapes for the pie chart and information.

A world in miniature. Infographic that simplifies the Earth's population to 100 people, making it easier to understand the stats presented. It's handmade, too!

Welovroi on the Behance Network

Welovroi Interaction design and infographics for digital marketing managers. Art direction by StayClean, a branding, typography, packaging and web design s

Unique Infographic Design, The Road to College #Inforgraphic #Design (http://www.pinterest.com/aldenchong/)

Wow, one of the best commercial that I saw for a long time. I'm sure that percent of young people who have a car on college will grow after this ad. Ford - The Road to College

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presentation technique - The project was done for a web site of an agricultural holding company – Agroreserv. I decided to present a complicated data about client’s assets


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