Infographic sets New York shows in geographic context

New York infographic

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To emulate the best infographics on the web (opens in new tab) your design has to have something unique about it. Crafted by Essex based designer Phil Howell (opens in new tab), this minimalist, type-only effort definitely ticks that box.

Less is more in this brilliant design, which takes well-known TV shows based in New York and places them in their correct geographical location. It's a unique way to portray the information that is aided by a simple, monochrome colour scheme and a variety of font sizes.

Howell's certainly got a talent for infographics - he's already offered up a few more including a Tube map based on Beatles song (opens in new tab) as well as one depicting the relationships between the characters of TV show Mad Men (opens in new tab). Call us pop culture-obsessed, but we're big fans of all of them!

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