Intrigued by reports that it costs up to $2 million to book Prince for a gig, in the latest issue of DG we calculated which artists could be booked instead of His Royal Badness for the same amount of money.
Previously on ‘Infographics’
On 28th May 1905, Japanese recent naval graduate Isoroku Yamamoto lost two fingers in the Battle of Tsushima. A hundred and nine years later, the UAE issued a fatwa warning muslims not to go and live on Mars. How do the two link up? We traced the steps in ‘The butterfly effect’, printed in issue #14 of Delayed Gratification which is available in our shop.
For issue #14 of Delayed Gratification, we visualised Philip Seymour Hoffman’s career, plotting critical and box office success as well as the awards he snapped up. Like the infographic? We posted a ‘making of’ by DG art director Chris Tate several weeks ago. Read it here.
Issue #14 of DG is available in our online shop.
In issue #14 of Delayed Gratification (available from our online shop), we used data from the CPJ to track every journalist killed since 2004, thirteen of whom died between January and March 2014. The most dangerous place for journos over the last decade has unsurprisingly been Iraq, but interestingly Russia also makes it onto the top ten most unsafe countries. Here’s the infographic.
To celebrate the reuniting of Monty Python at the O2 tonight, we thought we’d post this infographic from issue #13 of Delayed Gratification in which we tracked the careers and collaborations of Cleese, Jones, Idle, Chapman, Gilliam and Palin.
Issue #13 of Delayed Gratification (Oct-Dec 2013), is available to order at the DG Shop.
Glastonbury’s programme kicks off today, with headliners including Metallica, Arcade Fire and Kasabian set to make an appearance over the next few days. But how much do artists stand to gain from making the trip to Somerset? Back in 2011 we tried to find out: check out this infographic from Delayed Gratification issue #3.
A new report from Withers Worldwide suggests that, after health concerns, the biggest worry of multi-millionaires is that their kids will lack drive and ambition from being just too wealthy. According to the World Economic Forum’s annual Risk Report, they should have other concerns on their mind, as this infographic from our latest issue shows. Keep an eye on your assets!
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