The Sunday New York Times on Map Books

Steven Heller’s roundup of map books in the book review section of tomorrow’s New York Times includes some familiar titles, such as Mark Ovenden’s Paris Underground (which I reviewed last November), Frank Jacobs’s Strange Maps, and The Map as Art by Katharine Harmon (a review of which is forthcoming). It also covers books I wasn’t aware of before this, including Mapping the World: Stories of Geography by Caroline and Martine Laffon, and Jan Conradi’s Unimark International, a history of Massimo Vignelli’s eponymous design firm.

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