New York City’s Design Scene Depicted As A Subway Map [Infographic]
Pentagram's Luke Hayman creates an image that connects contemporary and historic NY designers.
The Amsterdam-based interior design magazine Eigen Huis & Interieur published a “New York Design Guide” this month and Pentagram’s Luke Hayman was invited to interpret the company’s ampersand for the special issue. Hayman’s design was inspired by Massimo Vignelli’s classic 1972 map of the New York City subway system. The lines connect contemporary and historic NY designers, agencies and institutions including Milton Glaser, Ruth Ansel, the Museum of Modern Art, Karlssonwilker, Dror and Pentagram. There is a PDF version of the map available here.
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