I’m about to start the third visualisation for my One Week of The Guardian series, and I’ve been looking through my research on static visualisations and infographics research. Some of these visuals are really very beautiful, so I’m about to share. Enjoy.
The NYTimes has a nice clean infographic on what the presidential candidates have raised and spent.
Another one from the NYTimes, this one shows the fatalities of a year in Iraq. The NYTimes has alot of really nice infographics. Alot.
The black holes of the internet. Very nice.
The Economist has an infographic about how the world consumes petrol per day.
A series of infographics created by Clarence Larkin using biblical data to explain various religious concepts.
Interactive infographic on Portfolio.com showing the generosity of countries who give aid to charity around the world.
Another religous visualisation, this time by Chris Harrison.
An American Self Portrait by Chris Jordan uses photo compositions to depict statistical goings on in everyday America.
Death and Taxes shows the allocation of federal taxes in the US to it’s divisions and organisations who claim over $200m annually.
RadicalCartography shows a map of the crops in the US.
BillyBob has a nice little chart of what happened during a 30 minute CNN broadcast.
I love these static relationship visualisations by Mark Lombardi.
Tuur Van Balen has a nice visualisation project where actual items are mapped onto a plan of a city.
Skin colour map of the world. Simple but nice.
Another visualisation from the NYTimes, this one shows the profitability of movies at the box office.
Presidential Watch ‘08 has a nice map of political blogs and how they link to one another.
Ian Dapot visualises The Force of Things by author relationships and ideas.
And lastly, a nice little pyramid/hierarchy of zombie needs.