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Infographica: The World As You Have Never Seen It Before

by Martin Toseland

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Infographica collects intriguing data from across the planet--for instance, the average lifespan of people living on each continent, the relative durations of the world's unmanned space probes, or the bite strength of the world's most dangerous predators--and presents it in stylish, inventive, and original infographics. Quirky, irreverent, and visually appealing, this book is a must-have reference for anyone wishing to keep informed, as well as a primer on information design from the writing and design team of Martin and Simon Toseland.… (more)
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Just numbers turned into relative size throughout. ( )
  jahn | Sep 11, 2018 |
Don't know if you can really call this as reading a book as such. But it was still interesting and I learnt many new things.

If you like infographs, then this is the book for you ( )
  purpleprincess1311 | Mar 8, 2016 |
Don't know if you can really call this as reading a book as such. But it was still interesting and I learnt many new things.

If you like infographs, then this is the book for you ( )
  purpleprincess1311 | Mar 8, 2016 |
Don't know if you can really call this as reading a book as such. But it was still interesting and I learnt many new things.

If you like infographs, then this is the book for you ( )
  purpleprincess1311 | Mar 8, 2016 |
Don't know if you can really call this as reading a book as such. But it was still interesting and I learnt many new things.

If you like infographs, then this is the book for you ( )
  purpleprincess1311 | Mar 8, 2016 |
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Infographica collects intriguing data from across the planet--for instance, the average lifespan of people living on each continent, the relative durations of the world's unmanned space probes, or the bite strength of the world's most dangerous predators--and presents it in stylish, inventive, and original infographics. Quirky, irreverent, and visually appealing, this book is a must-have reference for anyone wishing to keep informed, as well as a primer on information design from the writing and design team of Martin and Simon Toseland.

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