This is a guest post by Tiago Veloso, the founder of Visual Loop, a collaborative digital environment for everything related to information design and data visualization. He lives in Brazil, and you can connect with him online on Twitter and LinkedIn.


Few actors transcended their ‘simple’ role in the screens to become iconic figures, almost mythical. Bruce Lee was one of those few. His death, on July, 20, 1973, was by any means the end of his legacy, which was, ultimately, the bridge between Chinese (or Asian) and Western cultures that he helped to build.

For this second post of this series of ’12 infographics about…’, I bring you a hand-picked selection of works published to honor the ‘Little Dragon’, featured on Visual Loop. Some of hese infographics were published in magazines, newspapers and online portals, many of which not in English, while others are independent fan-made works

Even so, they are unquestionably worth the mention, and we hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

Bruce Lee’s best moves | Via


Bruce Lee: The Way of the Dragon | Via


Bruce Lee, 1940-1973 | Via



Bruce Lee : 40 years after his death | Via

Bruce Lee  40 years after his death

The dragon warrior | Via

The dragon warrior

The History of Bruce Lee, by H-57 | Via


The Life and Death of Bruce Lee | Via


Tao of Jeet Kune Do by Bruce Lee | Via


Bruce Lee’s Nunchaku Kata | Via


Kung Fu, by Bernardo Borges (Brazil) | Via


Battle of the Bruces: Enter the Dragon vs Die Hard | Via

Battle of the Bruces graphic - Bruce Willis vs Bruce Lee

We have also a Pinterest board with several other infographics about Bruce Lee, and we’ll keep updating it, so let us know in the comments about the ones we missed.