Time ago, I posted an infographic published on The New York Times, not ellaborated by its infographics team, but by a visual artist called Andrew Kuo, who explained the Lollapalooza Festival of 92 as he remembered it.
It was something different, an application of infographics not using data or objective information, but feelings, opinions and ideas.
Now I discover through Innovations In Newspapers that La Vanguardia gets into this new adventure with Shakira's concert.
Well, it's something you can expect from a department with a chief as Jaime Serra, so involved in visual subjectivity. La Vanguardia example is not so artistic, is more attached to data and objective info (something I, personally, prefer). But it's a different approach, and I say thanks for that.