Welt der Wunder
Pirates stormed the pages targeted to the youth on the German publication Welt der Wunder. Under the title Pirates, Thieves of the Seas, the magazine dedicated 8 pages to this criminal activity, which flourished in the Atlantic sea in the 17th and 18th centuries. With some modifications from the original infographic Queen Anne's Revenge, the ship of the mythical Blackbeard, the last of the great pirates of the Caribbean, this infographic served to illustrate the theme.
The Golden Gate, the bridge that crosses the San Francisco Bay, illustrates an article by Welt der Wunder about this monumental work of early engineering built between 1933 and 1937. With a length of 1,280 m, this suspension bridge is supported by two towers 227 m high. Welt der Wunder is a German monthly magazine containing articles on science, technology, history, science and the environment. It is part of the Bauer publishing group. On this occasion, the editors of the publication added graphic information with illustrations on construction details.
The infographic of a tree trunk section was used by the German magazine Welt der Wunder to illustrate the information about the strategies that plants adopt with the arrival of the winter colds.