Maps Mini Journals

Three notebooks decorated with Paula Scher's illustrated maps

Paula Scher‘s non-traditional approach to cartography formed the basis of the book “Maps,” a collection of her large-scale paintings that purposefully distort representations of famous cities. As a follow-up, Princeton Architectural Press has released a mini-journal series cloaked in Scher’s illustrations. Not only do they make for a gorgeous cover, the maps serve as a daily reminder of the importance of subjectivity and creative distortion. …