We find ourselves in the era of big data, a time when information moves faster than ever, and infographics provide us with quick, often influential bursts of insight—into the environment, politics, social issues, health, sports, arts and culture, and more. The Best American Infographics captures the finest examples, from the past year, of this mesmerizing new way of seeing and understanding our world. The Best American Infographics 2015 is the third volume in the series, and a New England Independent Booksellers Association bestseller. The guest introducer is Maria Popova, the creative force behind the wondrous, which receives over 1.2 million visitors a month.

How to Buy: The book is available at AmazonB&NBAM, Indiebound, the publisher, or your favorite local bookstore.

Know of an infographic that should be in the next volume? Please see our entry rules.

Public Appearance

Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 9:15am.  “Infographics: The Origins and Future of Visual Thinking,” keynote talk at ConveyUX in Seattle, WA.


This is awesome: The Best American Infographics 2015,” by Christopher Pilny, RedOrbit

The Best Infographics of 2015, and Why We Can’t Stop Looking at Them,” by Anne Quito, Quartz

America’s Best Infographics 2015 Is Out Today,” by Lydia Chain, Popular Science

Book Review: The Best American Infographics 2015,” by Sabrina Imbler, Scientific American

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