Robocop is one of the most iconic movies from the 80s. I remember watching it so many times and I also remember the scene where Murphy gets shot, it was probably the most violent scene I had seen in my whole life. Robocop became a classic and last friday the remake was launched and with it a lot of changes especially in terms of the design of Robocop. Marco Hernandez and Dan Mora put together some really cool infographics illustrating the differences between the classic and the modern.Marco Hernandez and Dan Mora are designer and illustrators from San José, Costa Rica Via Behance
I have seen thousands of inspiring info-graphics in my life, however the 100% Bovino info-graphic for the Brazilian magazine, Super Interessante, is on the top of the list. It was created by a fellow Brazilian, Pedro Henrique Ferreira, also known as Lambuja. The level of detail and quality of illustration is simply mind boggling. Check out after the break. For more information visit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pedrohenriqueferreira/
Last year Jing Zhang and the animator James Wignall worked together on an animated infographic project for Canon in Canada. The project features 6 top reasons why small business would benefit from Canon printers. The coolest thing about this project in my opinion is the subtle animations for each one of the reasons. Simple, modern and inspiring this project totally deserved a feature on Abduzeedo. For more information visit: http://www.mazakii.com and http://www.mutanthands.com/
British Designer Ryan MacEachern decided to take his diet to the next level by using some design to spice things up. This project explores the nutritional values of the diet and presents it in a contrasting way, it juxtaposes the dull and boring appearance of the food he was eating by presenting the data using colourful vibrant foods. Enjoy! For more from Ryan MacEachern visit behance.net/ryanmac.
I know that everybody loves infographics, but what if an illustrator came up with the most delicious and refreshing of all infographics? Then we would have one of the coolest pieces of work around, and that's just what Fabio Rex did. Fabio Rex is an illustration from our home town, Porto Alegre. He experiments a lot in various style, but one gotta love his infographic style. Although most of these are in portuguese, the idea here is to present something that guess everybody will understand and appreciate. For more of his work, you may visit his portfolio. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)