I'm really excited about it. Check out the article here.
I talked to Tom Acitelli of Boston Curbed about the history of the MBTA, and about my map of the T in 1967. Check it out here: https://boston.curbed.com/2018/11/28/18114426/boston-t-map-historic
I talked to Lee DeVito of the Detroit Metro Times about my map of the Detroit freeways. Check it out here: https://www.metrotimes.com/the-scene/archives/2018/11/14/heres-what-detroits-freeways-would-look-like-as-a-subway-map
I was interviewed by Will Callan of Hoodline about my map of the old pre-earthquake cable car system in San Francisco. Check out the interview here!
The newest concept I've come up with is using the visual language of subway maps to show how a plot goes forward. It's a simple and elegant way of how to reduce the plot of a story to its essentials. The first ones that I've put together were of the Star Wars original trilogy. I've since extended it to cover how much I enjoy the theater, by adding a few of my favorite plays to the collection. Check them out here!