Volume Two

The 2014 Edition of the Atlas of Design features a diverse collection of 32 maps representing some of the best cartography around the world, it is a cartographic museum gallery: part inspirational and part educational. Beautiful maps are accompanied by thoughtful commentary from their creators, bringing you into a deeper understanding of how great things are made. A year and a half in the making, this 96-page, full-color, library-quality volume is published by the North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS).

Physical details: 96 pages, hardcover, smythe sewn binding, 12” x 9” pages. 1.8 lbs.

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Ice Cream Island

Chris Brackley (Cartographer), John Blas, and Derek Shields (Creative Directors)

The Asheville Map

Bruce Daniel, Nora Daniel / Best Local Map

Panoramic Map of Croatia

Panorama

Australia’s Deserts: a Köppen Climate Map of the Australian Mainland

Dan Bowles

The City of Yphyrion

Maxime Plasse

The Family Farm

Alex Hotchin

The Heart of Canyonlands National Park

Tom Patterson

Tornado Travel

John Nelson

MBTA Bus Speeds

Andy Woodruff

A Typographic Map of the World

Andrew E. Burgess

Digital Woodcut

Eleanor Lutz - Mapbox

O Mapa do Tráfico (The Traffic Map)

Eduardo Asta

Substrate of Puget Sound

CORE GIS

The J. B. Physical Map of the World

Nat Case

New York

KHUAN+KTRON

Florida Wildlife Corridor

Mike Reagan

The Hydrological Gradients of Tokyo Bay

Andrea Hansen

Kelowna, British Columbia

Jean-Louis Rheault

The Milford Track

Roger Smith

European subterranean veins

Accurat

京沪高铁沿线风光图 (Map of the Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Railway)

董政 (Dong Zheng)

Manhattan 311 Noise Complaints

Karl Sluis

The Columbia River Watershed

Jake Coolidge

¡Vámonos!

Ryan Sullivan, Matthew Hampton

The Road from Madison

Andrew Umentum

FindARoom—University of South Wales

Barry Richards

Submarine Cable Map

TeleGeography

Ancient Egypt: Sites and Settlements of the Dynastic Period

Ed Merritt

Mt. Hood

Kelly Abplanalp

Collision Course

Martin Gamache

Defining an Empire

Virginia W. Mason, Matthew Twombly, Amanda Hobbs, and Jane Vessels, National Geographic Magazine

The March to Gettysburg and Back: Turning Point of the Civil War

MAGGIE SMITH, BOB PRATT, THEODORE A. SICKLEY, ALEXANDER STEGMAIER, JANE VESSELS, AMANDA HOBBS, RHETT REGISTER, JEANNE M. MODDERMAN, BILL MARR, JOHN TOMANIO, DAVID W. WOODDELL, MARY BETH OELKERS-KEEGAN