Here you’ll find a list constantly updated with some of the many Blogs about infographics and data-visualization out there. Feel free to suggest other sources.English
Here you’ll find all sorts of maps demonstrating the ways people have used map making technology to illustrate the world around them.
A Tumblr-blog filled with all sorts of map related pics.
ChartsBin.com hosts colorful and interactive charts created from different demographic data sets sourced through various research reports. This site would find love among those who like stats and graphs; for anyone who wishes to see the boring research data in a refreshing way.
A collection of interesting charts, tables, maps, and interactive data toys — with a focus on economics and graphic design.
One of the top blogs about data visualization, that highlights some of the best examples found in magazines, newspapers and on the Internet.
A Collection of Maps and Diagrams straight from the amazing comics world.
Countless hours searching the internet for the most interesting, visually stimulating, mind blowing infographics, delivered on a daily basis.
Daily Statistic is a infographics and statistics showcase that aims to bring a bit of statistics into your everyday lives.
Another premier news and knowledge resource for data visualization and infographics.
Everyday Venn is the playful expression of language and its relationships. Each day, a picture of a word by charaterizing it as the intersection of 2-3 other words.
Michael Agar’s Blog, covering a wide angled view of the visual news.
I Love Charts is a collection of the best charts, graphs and infographics the internet has to offer, from the informative to the absurd. With charts hand-picked from submissions, the blog is devoted to conversation and collaboration. Truly “by people who love charts, for people who love charts.”
A little project that allows to make fun of some things and sense of others without resorting to doing actual math. Today, the “little” has been replaced by a number of acknowledgements that made Indexed one of the most popular sites of its style.
InfoDesign: Understanding by Design’ is dedicated to the growth and improvement of the information and experience industries through the provision of a centralized online resource that serves all interested audiences. Launched in 2004, the site will continually evolve to meet the needs and desires of its participants. ‘InfoDesign: Understanding by Design’ is a non-profit informational resource.
A UK based infographic blog by David Eaves featuring great quality infographics from around the internet.
Infographic Site Dot Com posts all the good infographics they can find, especially visualizations about technology, design, the web, and marketing.
Infographic World is a data visualization firm, specializing in the creation of viral infographics to help drive traffic, links, and exposure for our clients. We have some of the best design talent from around the world creating our infographics, and we work with companies in just about every industry out there.
Infographics News is a blog about news infographics, both print and online. Chiqui Esteban posts examples, resources, curiosities and news about this world.
A collection of infographics telling a story one image at a time.
Inspired by Lev Manovich’s definition of “information aesthetics”, this weblog explores the symbiotic relationship between creative design and the field of information visualization. More specifically, it collects projects that represent data or information in original or intriguing ways.
David McCandless “home-base”, filled with information about the designer and his works.
A blog dedicated to recycling chartjunk as junk art.
FlowingData explores how designers, statisticians, and computer scientists are using data to understand ourselves better - mainly through data visualization.
Infographics, visualizations, visual data compiled on another Tumblr blog.
A gallery of various types of infographics, charts, graphs, pictograms and more.
An awesome showcase of Mind Maps and Mind Map Artists.
Articles and infographics produced by this agency.
Also on Tumblr, this is W.M. Pitzer’s blog.
The mission of Old-Map-Blog.com is to compile images and maps and georeference them in order to let users experience the world as it was represented by people in the past.
Luis Chupitaz Portfolio, with infographics in English, Spanish and Arabic.
An infographic inspiration site. A collection of best designed infographics around the web is showcased in here.
A collection of all kinds of social media related charts, graphs and infographics.
Maga Design’s Sign Language blog centers on championing information maps that unlock the fantastic power of visual thinking within the viewer.
A showcase of the best infographics in order to see how information can be spread and understood in a graphic manner, usually much easier than pure text.
The purpose of this website is to focus and concentrate on creativity and innovation in displaying data and information. These are Photo Infographics (based on photo.
Visualisingdata is a UK design studio and blog dedicated to covering contemporary issues relating to the data visualisation and infographics fields. It is a platform for sharing ideas, experiences, theories and comment. The purpose of the site is to share knowledge, expertise, skills, and valuable resources required to maximise the effectiveness of all forms of communicated information.
Visualizing Economics was started in 2006 by Catherine Mulbrandon, and you’ll find mainly graphics explaining the US economy.
A handpicked selection of cool infographics and illustrations, curated by italian designer Alberto Antoniazzi.
VizWorld.com is an online magazine dedicated to covering everything new in the computer graphics, scientific visualization, and visual effects industries. Updated daily, it’s a blend of beauty and science, humor and fact, with everything you need to know to keep up to date.
Originally started as a blog accompanying Moritz Stefaner's Master Thesis in Interface Design and thereafter continued to be a popular source of sporadic comments and project descriptions for readers interested in exploratory, interactive visualization with a design touch. Moritz Stefaner occasionally also blogs at infosthetics and has his portfolio up here.