Cartographica 48 (3)

The new fall issue of Cartographica is now available online. In the review section:

Chris Perkins tackles a new title on graphic design maps, A Map of the World According to Illustrators and Storytellers. 

Richard Hornsey details another tube map book, Mind the Map. His ‘Listening to the Tube Map’ article for Environment and Planning D is well worth a read. Available (open access) here.

I take on Jason Farman’s exhaustive Mobile Interface Theory.

Clancy Wilmott delves into the fantastic Cities Without Ground (which I also talked about here).

And, Gwilym Eades critiques Mapping Europe’s Borderlands.

You can find my review on the About page.

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