Infographics aren’t just limited to the web. According to Creative Bloq, they can be used in print design, such as brochures and magazines.
Depending on the type of data you wish to present, you can place your infographic within a pull-out box or adjacent to a block of text. If you do so, just be sure to allow for enough space around the outside of the infographic while maintaining enough proximity to show that the data and text are directly linked.
You can use enclosing shapes to join blocks of images or text or borders and lines to achieve this.
If the infographic is exceptionally complex or is the central point of the content, consider allocating a double spread or give it a page of its own.
For more information about the use of data visualization, color, fonts and iconography in your infographics, read the complete article here.