As the creator wouldn’t reveal name, occupation or process to create these images, it all seems a bit shady
It's the twentieth anniversary, and perhaps that is why the programme is released exceptionally early.
I wouldn't mind to see such infographic treatment spread from magazines and into newspapers. But where will the limit be?
The graphics department at the paper is made up of young people, who spend a lot of time working and they feel like a family there
What we have here is a graphic that has moved from bronze to Best of Show by going online and waiting a bit
Do you have the book that successfully combines Literature and Infographics?