As a graphic designer, you’ve probably designed at least a few infographics for your clients – or even for fun. You can create (and sell) infographics for any topic or industry, which means infographics can be a lucrative source of income. Some designers make a full-time living designing infographics alone. And while infographics always require the talents of a graphic designer , how many infographics have you seen that feature graphic designers? The following 10 awesome infographics were made by graphic designers, for graphic designers.
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50 most stunning examples of data visualization and infographics
Of All The People In All The World, a traveling art exhibit in the UK, uses grains of rice to bring the large numbers behind world populations to the grasp of the average human being. In the exhibit, one grain of rice equals one person and those grains of rice are put together to represent all kind of statistics from the small (such as the number of people who have walked on the moon) to the large (the population of the United States as seen below).
The World of 100 If the world were a village of 100 people, how would the composition be?
Infographics can be a great way to quickly reference information.
Typography Meets Infographics on Datavisualization
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