Do women & men prefer to support different charitable causes? This analysis of celebrity endorsements reveals an interesting pattern.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the biggest movie ever to create such a dramatic divide between critics & audience on Rotten Tomatoes. Currently, Jedi’s aggregate critical score is 93%. The audience score is just 56%. An 37% chasm.
In fact, by our count, only seven films over the last decade have suffered a wider split. And one of those, of course, was Hail Caesar!
Toxins. Overfishing. Bycatch. From trawled tuna & cod to farmed salmon & tilapia – the latest data on sustainable fish visualized!
Multi-sourced from the Marine Conservation Society, Marine Stewardship Council, Greenpeace and Seafood Watch.
Filter by what concerns you and paste your choices into your phone for easy reference.
Visually contextualising the cost of the UK’s break from Europe
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Gorge your eyes, intellect and imagination on the year’s most brilliant visualizations & infographics. Then help decide who wins $20k and our community prize.
Your vote decides the winner of our Community award and counts alongside the opinions of 25+ expert judges. Explore the eight public categories, pick the graphic or interactive you like the most, and hit the grey Vote button on the right.
What’s Halal? What’s Kosher? What’s both? And what’s the relationship to tastiness?
I was curious.
With more entries from more countries than ever before, it’s been a vintage year for our celebration of the world’s finest dataviz & infographics.
Visualized data is shining light on such a broad range of topics – everything from the American elections to craft beer, trolling and yoga – that we created a new category: People, Language & Identity.
So now, for your delectation:
Due to numbers we removed “Corporate, Retail & Brands” and moved those entries to other categories. More on the Awards blog.
Shortlist & visitor vote starts Thurs 19 Oct
Winners will be announced London Tues 28th Nov, sharing $20,000 in prizes.
Visualizers, designers, truth & beauty-lovers. Last call to enter the Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards 2017, celebrating the world’s most excellent graphics & visualizations of data, information & knowledge.
To celebrate our sixth year, we’ve refreshed our categories and poured $20,000 in our prize pot. Get your work seen & celebrated by the global press, the community and judges.
Entries close Fri 15 Sep, 11.59pm PST.