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Visual.ly Compelling Infographics

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There's an interesting website that just launched recently that focuses on the infographic. It's called Visual.ly, and one of its goals is to provide a platform for designers to upload their best infographics and get noticed. It's an interesting concept that, among other things, makes for a great procrastination tool as you sift through their thousands of graphics. I dare say they've already succeeded in attracting some impressive infographics to their site (some super lame ones, too - shocker). Here are two I find particularly well-done:

This infographic by David McCandless charts the popularity and efficacy of nutritional supplements. Check out the interactive (and more current) version on his website, Information is Beautiful, as well.

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This infographic shows all attempts to reach Mars and their varying successes. It is by Bryan Christie Design, a New York-based illustration and animation studio with a very impressive portfolio. In particular, check out their human anatomy illustrations.

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