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The Awards > The John C. Bartholomew Award 2011

The John C. Bartholomew Award for Small Scale Mapping
This award is presented for originality and excellence in the field of thematic (non-topographic, 1:100,000 and smaller) cartography with emphasis on effective communication of the intended theme or themes. The award comprises a trophy, 500 prize and a certificate and is being run by The British Cartographic Society with the support of Collins Bartholomew and the Bartholomews family.

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The John C. Bartholomew Award is sponsored by Collins Bartholomew, and the family of the late John C. Bartholomew.
Jim Irvine, Head of Digital Resources and the Collins Newsroom, presented the award.


WINNER

Presentation Dr Kenneth Field
The Beautiful Game: A World of Football

An attractive, colourful and eye-catching poster illustrating the comparative size and composition of the national football associations of the world, the amount of information on this map is huge and is clearly suitable to be shown as submitted, as a poster. The design is highly innovative and has resulted in a beautifully designed product, which fulfils its brief in every area.

Dr Kenneth Field is presented with the award from Jim Irvine.

See a low-res version of The Beautiful Game: A World of Football

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HIGHLY COMMENDED

Robert Pratt of National Geographic Society
Shipwrecks of Delmarva

An incredibly detailed map depicting the locations of shipwrecks around this peninsula on the east coast of the US. Although much of the map is taken up by the listing of ships it is clearly presented and interspersed with some interesting illustrations making it a most informative and fascinating product.

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Photography by Martin Lubikowski @MartinMLDesign
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