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Scientific American Graphics Win 2 Medals at Malofiej

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The 22nd annual Malofiej International Infographics Summit (hosted in Pamplona, Spain by the Spanish chapter of the Society for News Design) concluded today with award announcements.

I’m thrilled to report that Scientific American won a silver medal in the online category for Jan Willem Tulp’s flavor connection interactive, and a bronze medal in the print category for Don Foley’s illustration of the Costa Concordia parbuckling effort (below).

Over 1,200 entries from 139 media companies across 34 countries participated in the contest. In total, 16 gold medals, 50 silver medals, and 90 bronze medals were awarded in print and online categories combined. Best of Show awards were bestowed upon The New York Times for both categories; “State Gun Laws Enacted in the Year Since Newtown” (print), and “Front Row to Fashion Week”  (online). For a full list of awards, see the Malofiej website.

Illustration by Don Foley. Originally produced for "Raising the Wreck" By Barbie Latza Nadeau, Scientific American Magazine, August 2013

About the Author: Jen Christiansen is the art director of information graphics at Scientific American. Follow on Twitter @ChristiansenJen.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.






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