‘What Path Takes You to Congress?’

The work entitled ‘What Path Takes You to Congress?’ has been awarded the prize of Endesa Best of Show (Print). The work was published in The New York Times (USA) and one of the journalists behind the piece, Stuart A. Thompson, shares with us some of what went in to creating the piece and the challenges they faced.

‘Mothers at risk’

Behind the awards National Geographic

The work entitled ‘Mothers at risk’ has been awarded the prize of Equality and Women’s Promotion Best Graphic Awards (Print). The work was published in National Geographic (USA) and one of the visual journalists behind the piece, Mónica Serrano, shares with us some of what went in to creating the piece and the challenges they faced.

Philippe Rekacewicz. The human and emotional dimensions of maps

Born in 1960, Philippe Rekacewicz is a French geographer, cartographer and Information designer. He works on a number of projects which bring together cartography, art and politics, especially studying how communities, political or economical powers produce the cartographic vision of the territories on which they operate, and how they can manipulate and lies with maps for the sake of reinforcing their power.

‘How Big Was Last Sunday’s Protest in Hong Kong’

The work entitled ‘How Big Was Last Sunday’s Protest in Hong Kong’ has been awarded the prize of Human Rights Best Graphic Award (Print). The work was published in The New York Times (USA) and the team behind the piece, Jin Wu and Anjali Singhvi, shares with us some of what went in to creating the piece and the challenges they …

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‘Underground Lives: The Sunless World of Immigrants in Queens’

The work entitled ‘Underground Lives: The Sunless World of Immigrants in Queens’ has been awarded the prize of Human Rights Best Graphic Award (Digital). The work was published in The New York Times (USA) and one of the visual journalist behind the piece, Sergio Peçanha, shares with us some of what went in to creating the piece and the challenges they faced. Could you briefly explain the idea …

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‘In a Notoriously Polluted Area of the Country, Massive New Chemical Plants Are Still Moving In’

The work entitled ‘In a Notoriously Polluted Area of the Country, Massive New Chemical Plants Are Still Moving In’ has been awarded the prize of Climate Change and Enviromental Commitment Best Graphic Award. The work was published in ProPublica (USA) and the team behind the piece, Lylla Younes, Al Shaw and Claire Perlman, shares with us …

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