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This week, we hosted a party in Los Angeles to celebrate the impending release of our latest issue. In honor of the theme—data!—we asked our guests to take a stab at some hand-drawn infographics. Here's a gallery of some of our favorites.
To try your hand at making these yourself, download the handy templates we made (PDF).
But if you'd rather just pass judgment on the drunken handiwork of other GOOD folks, you can tell us which analog infographic you like best by voting in the poll below.
Sunny Los Angeles
Alluvial Plain of Destiny
When People Don't Wave Back
Not Following Directions