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15: Charles Hitchcock and William Blake, “Geological Map of the United States” (1872) | 11 Of The Most Influential Infographics Of The 19th Century | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
The Motley Roots of Data Visualization in 19th Century Census Charts - Design - The Atlantic Cities
RANCIS AMASA WALKER, “CHART SHOWING THE RATIO OF CHURCH ACCOMMODATION TO THE TOTAL POPULATION OVER 10 YEARS OF AGE” (1874) Walker not only broke new ground in mapping data, he devoted himself to graphic representations in an effort to make the census relevant. Aided by the masterful color lithographer Julius Bien, his chart of religious observance conveys reams of data into a single image with a measure of both art and whimsy...
10: Francis Amasa Walker, “Chart Showing the Ratio of Church Accommodation to the Total Population over 10 Years of Age” (1874) | 11 Of The Most Influential Infographics Of The 19th Century | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
Death by age and sex from Statistical Atlas of the United States (1870)
1900, The folding plate Rank of states and territories in population at each census
State of Graphic Design infographic
Extinct Poster - by Network Osaka (on Flickr) - #infographics, #poster
Alistair Darling infographic by Andy Blenkinsop, via Flickr
This is a great graphic to use for my infographic project. I could trace over these veggies in illustrator to make them my own.
The ultimate ofni-graphic (is that the opposite of "info?") (I think the link on this pin goes to a newspaper article about the inventor of the graphic. If I'm wrong, please let me know. I like his style.)
This "Pension Protection Fund Infographic" is a gorgeous example of how data can be beautiful
Housing & Poverty
Luca Francesco Rossi
Pietro Righi Riva
skype visualization poster by onformative, via Flickr
Infographics eat your heart out! Clever design, killer poster & unique composition - all rounder!
infographics -- stark infographic about poverty, I just think its interesting and cool