Admittedly, I’m not the biggest Pinterest user. I use it for my own library of graphics I like and don’t, teaching materials, and other assorted sundries. But there are a few collections of data visualizations that are worth your time; users who keep a large and updated set of resources in data visualization and related areas like typography, color, and design. I’m sure there are more, so feel free to add to the list in the comment section below.
In the meantime, here is a (baker’s) dozen of my favorite Pinterest users in data visualization and related areas (alphabetically ordered by first name) with their Twitter feeds to boot:
His Monday Makeover board may be the best part of Andy’s Pinterest collection, but great stuff in the Data Viz board as well.
Lovely collections, especially if you like Ben’s aesthetic for light graphics with subtle colors.
As you can see from this screenshot, a great collection, well-curated, and organized.
Who doesn’t love Giorgia Lupi? Seriously? Beautiful collections with hand-drawn inspirations.
Terrific collection, especially because he includes his own work. He also has some fun personal and work collections.
Some really nice boards here–I really like the Patterns board.
My first go-to Pinterest board for data visualizations. Lynn has an amazing, up-to-date collection of all types of graphs.
I recently discovered these boards and love the different collections. Also, a great organization to the entire Pinterest collection.
Everything under the sun, including some interesting art and tech boards.
Sha has 4.6 million followers on Pinterest! With 82 boards, you can sort of see why. Sha’s Pinterest page has a wide array of topics relevant to your data visualization interests.
A really nice collection of boards on maps.
Large collection of dataviz, typography, posters, and design.
Bonus! #13! The creator of all things dataviz, VisualLoop, unsurprisingly has a large Pinterest collection as well.