A Mapping Mania

Paula Scher has been creating remarkable, idiosyncratic, enormous, hand-painted typographic maps of the world for nearly two decades. She explores individual nations, cities, transit systems, continents and diverse cultural phenomena through her quirky, whimsical and even visionary one-of-a-kind giant maps.

Last month, Princeton Architectural Press released Paula Scher: MAPS —a fantastic large-format volume with a wonderful selection of 39 cartographic gems that are certain to please even jaded map geeks.

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