Infographics book about the world
This is one of the finest infographics books I've seen. The quality of the work featured is just stunning. They are good to print on any newspaper or magazines, and I suspect many of them are sourced from those media. And no, this is not an atlas.
The theme is of the world, our Earth. There are graphics about nature, history, population, culture, events and politics. Under each of those categories are topics that are explored, researched and presented with such beautiful graphics that you can't help but not just look, and more importantly read. There are infographics on overfishing, ISPs, September 11, Olympic Games, Japan's Fukushima disaster, Titanic's sinking, pet adoption, global warming, killer diseases and even chocolate addiction.
A. Losowsky, S. Ehmann and R. Klanten have done a brilliant job curating these amazing infographics. It's not just an informative book, it also serves as reference for graphic designers and those who create information graphics.
This is a 288-page hardcover.
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