Readers: A few weeks again, we marked the 105 anniversary of the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic. Four days into it s maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City, late in the night of April 14, 1912 to the early morning hours the next day, more than 1,500 of the 2,224 passengers (and […]

Readers: Here is another infographic from one of my favorite illustrators, Richard Johnson (photo, right). If you search on his name on my blog site, you will see several different examples of his work I have highlighted before. Enjoy! Michael  

Readers: As I have mentioned in past posts, one of my favorite illustrators is Richard Johnson (photo, right). If you search on his name on my blog site, you will see several different examples of his work I have highlighted before. Richard created the following infographic last year and it is titled From the Great Wall […]

One of my favorite illustrators is Richard Johnson. If you search on his name on my blog site, you will see several different examples of his work I have highlighted before. Richard most recent infographic is titled Weapons and Mass Shootings. Here are Richard’s thoughts about creating this infographic. I’d like to say this one […]

Readers: When I first started blogging about data visualization in early 2013, one of the first posts I made was to show Richard Johnson’s eerily telling infographic 31 Days Later which depicted, using human shadow figures, how many gun-related deaths had occurred in the United States each day since the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Mr. […]