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The Awards > The Stanfords Award 2012

The Stanfords Award for Printed Mapping
This award is open to any mapping in the printed form, whether it be a poster, folded sheet map, atlas or page from a book etc. The award comprises a trophy and a certificate and is being run by The British Cartographic Society with the support of Stanfords Map Shop.

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As ever this award had many entries and as such the judges have agreed to honour not only a winner but three commended certificates for presentation.
BCS President Peter Jolly presented the awards on behalf of Stanfords.

Winner :: Highly Commended :: Commended :: Commended



British Geological Survey
Anglesey (Ynys Môn): a landscape carved by ice

Judges Comments:
It is a clear and informative piece of work, that is well illustrated, colourful and that sits happily with the sharp photography. It is a stand out piece of high quality cartography.

BCS President Peter Jolly presents Calum Ritchie of BGS with the award.



Global Mapping
Brackley Walk & Cycle Map

Judges Comments:
A map book that has been well illustrated by hand, that is informative and easy to use, the book had a fresh approach.

BCS President Peter Jolly presents Mary Spence of Global Mapping with the Highly Commended Certificate.



Steer Davies Gleave
Easter Bush Campus Travel Map, University of Edinburgh

Judges Comments:
It contained a lot of good information clearly drawn, and was very easy to use.

BCS President Peter Jolly presents Clare Seldon of Steer Davies Gleave with the Commended Certificate.


Discovery Walking Guides
Bus & Touring Maps – Madeira & Tenerife

Judges Comments:
The maps are clear and easy to use, with little to distract the user from the information being shown.

Unfortunately David A Brawn could not attend the Symposium so his certificate will be posted.

Photography by Martin Lubikowski @MLDesign
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