If you missed the Isotype exhibit (more) at the V&A, no need to worry. Jasso posted a set of photos from out visit in December. You may also be interested in The Transformer by Marie Neurath and Robin Kinross.
A visualization of the American soft drinks industry. Despite the apparent abundance of choice, three firms control 89% of the market.
Flip Flop Fly Ball features loads of baseball related infographics. The game is a statistician’s wetdream and accordingly, makes for some great visuals.
An awesome infographic on 50 years of space exploration from National Geographic, although they’re using a kludgey flash viewport. Check out the full size version while it lasts.
Update: If you like that one, check out this visualization of the various mars missions.
Periodic table of controllers. An interesting infographic of video game controllers, would be bit cooler if it mimicked the structure of the periodic table a bit better.
Jeffrey Veen’s presentation on designing for big data. A quick peek into the history of data visualization, how we’re changing from consumers into participants, and how technology has allowed huge amounts of information to be recorded, stored, and analyzed. Personally, I’m just starting to get my feet wet with processing.org and will need to setup some sort of venue to display my experiments.