10 10 / 2014

SO. EXCITED.

SO. EXCITED.

02 4 / 2014

Happy 1st Birthday, little book. Thank you all for such an incredible year!

Happy 1st Birthday, little book. Thank you all for such an incredible year!

13 2 / 2014

So SO thrilled to announce that Mapping Manhattan framed prints are now available through Uncommon Goods. Yahoo! (Looking for one that isn’t available yet? Drop me a line and I’ll see what I can do: mapyourmemories@gmail.com) 

22 1 / 2014

A bit of a departure from the maps I normally post on here, but too interesting a map and too happy a story not to post:




My friend dropped their iPhone in a taxi on Sat night and we tracked it on the find a phone app.  20 hours after losing it, the taxi driver found it, with 3% bat left, called my friend and returned it! Below is the tracked version!

A bit of a departure from the maps I normally post on here, but too interesting a map and too happy a story not to post:

My friend dropped their iPhone in a taxi on Sat night and we tracked it on the find a phone app.  20 hours after losing it, the taxi driver found it, with 3% bat left, called my friend and returned it! Below is the tracked version!

07 1 / 2014

A murder mystery feels appropriate for this frigid day. Mapmaker: Sandy Morganstein. 

A murder mystery feels appropriate for this frigid day. Mapmaker: Sandy Morganstein. 

27 12 / 2013

The Style Line featured Mapping Manhattan this month! Best part? Backstories behind some of the awesome maps in the book, including ones by graphic novelist Liana Finck and I-will-walk-every-street-in-NYC Matt Green. Second best part? The map behind me calls Russia “The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics”. Read more: http://thestyleline.com/mapping-manhattan/

The Style Line featured Mapping Manhattan this month! Best part? Backstories behind some of the awesome maps in the book, including ones by graphic novelist Liana Finck and I-will-walk-every-street-in-NYC Matt Green. Second best part? The map behind me calls Russia “The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics”. Read more: http://thestyleline.com/mapping-manhattan/

16 12 / 2013

Lucky #13! Buzzfeed includes Mapping Manhattan in a round-up of 2013 books that remind us of why physical books will live happily ever after alongside digital ones. 
Read more here. 

Lucky #13! Buzzfeed includes Mapping Manhattan in a round-up of 2013 books that remind us of why physical books will live happily ever after alongside digital ones. 

Read more here

13 12 / 2013

ripped straight from the pages! moved by the distinction between “Where I learned to love” and “Where I fell in love”. 

ripped straight from the pages! moved by the distinction between “Where I learned to love” and “Where I fell in love”. 

09 12 / 2013

Remembering the summer in December. A new map submitted by Minneapolis-based artist Larsen Husby.

Remembering the summer in December. A new map submitted by Minneapolis-based artist Larsen Husby.

07 12 / 2013

A Manhattan Woody Allen would be proud of. 

A Manhattan Woody Allen would be proud of. 

13 8 / 2013

Gorgeous new map from Liz Bartucci, author of “Secret Lives of the Unemployed.” I’ve gotta admit: this map hits pretty close to home. 

Gorgeous new map from Liz Bartucci, author of “Secret Lives of the Unemployed.” I’ve gotta admit: this map hits pretty close to home. 

29 7 / 2013

So unbelievably excited and honored to have Mapping Manhattan featured in Maria Popova’s (Brain Pickings curator extraordinaire) collection of must-reads. Popova collaborated with designer Kelli Anderson (who happens to be my favorite designer ever since I saw her Creative Mornings talk last year— I mean have you seen her paper record player?) to turn the list into a “magical papercraft wonderland” on exhibit now in the bookstore of the main branch of the NYPL. Here’s a time lapse video of the exhibit’s installation. (You can see MM’s red spine pop into the picture @ 0:44)

 

Read more here.

 

Or visit the exhibit in person here!

11 7 / 2013

TONIGHT! I’ll be speaking at the Mid-Manhattan Library (455 Fifth Avenue ACROSS from the big famous building with the lions) at 6:30pm. Beat the heat, duck the rain and come talk maps! The event is FREE and books will be available for purchase and signing after. 

TONIGHT! I’ll be speaking at the Mid-Manhattan Library (455 Fifth Avenue ACROSS from the big famous building with the lions) at 6:30pm. Beat the heat, duck the rain and come talk maps!

The event is FREE and books will be available for purchase and signing after. 

13 6 / 2013

yahoo! a map from the last page of the book. keep ‘em coming (scan & email [mapyourmemories@gmail.com] or snail-mail them to me!).also a huge congratulations to Mapping Manhattan contributor Harvey Fierstein whose new musical Kinky Boots just danced off with six Tonys, including best musical! 

yahoo! a map from the last page of the book. keep ‘em coming (scan & email [mapyourmemories@gmail.com] or snail-mail them to me!).

also a huge congratulations to Mapping Manhattan contributor Harvey Fierstein whose new musical Kinky Boots just danced off with six Tonys, including best musical! 

16 5 / 2013

Come join me—and mapmakers Liana Finck, Matt Green, and Eugene Drucker— tonight for Mapping Manhattan’s first Brooklyn public event! Whiskey generously provided by Tuthilltown Spirits. 
More info here. 

Come join me—and mapmakers Liana Finck, Matt Green, and Eugene Drucker— tonight for Mapping Manhattan’s first Brooklyn public event! Whiskey generously provided by Tuthilltown Spirits. 

More info here