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The Awards > The Printed Map Award 2006

The Award for Printed Mapping 2006
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.

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Judging for this award was very close and, as well as the winner, two entries were presented commendations. BCS President Seppe Cassettari presents the awards.

Winner :: Commended :: Commended

WINNER

Presentation

HarperCollins Publishers
The Times Compact History of the World

The winner of the 2006 Printed Mapping Award is a pair of compact reference books by HarperCollins Publishers which provide historical and geographical information. The Times Compact History of the World includes inventive ways of showing different era's and themes of history without overcomplicating each map, and yet still maintain a high level of information. This is well paired with a Times Compact World Atlas presented in a slip case, which provide an excellent combination as home reference guides.

Sheena Shanks of HarperCollins receives the award, on behalf of her colleague Jethro Lennox who was unable to attend, from BCS President Seppe Cassettari.

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COMMENDED

Geo-Innovations
Earth's Mighty Power

This commendation is for a pair of maps commissioned by the Readers Digest to show events which occur in 3 dimensions as part of their Earth's Mighty Powers series. Geo-Innovations have produced a map of the path and time bands of Hurricane Katrina and also the spread over time of the South East Asia Tsunami. The judges congratulate them on successfully producing visually stunning maps which relay the geographic and time elements together so that they are no longer static maps.

BCS President Seppe Cassettari presents Alan Collinson of Geo-innovations with the commendation

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COMMENDED

HarperCollins Publishers
The Handy Map & Guide to Edinburgh

This commendation was awarded for a durable visitor information leaflet produced for Edinburgh City Centre. The Handy Map & Guide of Edinburgh produced by Collins Maps & Atlases was considered by the judging panel to be pleasing to the eye and they were particularly impressed with the map of the Royal Mile.

BCS President Seppe Cassettari congratulates Graham Gill of HarperCollins on their commendation.

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Entries were received from:

Entrant

Title

Automobile Association Key Guide - Brittany
Automobile Association Sports Atlas of Britain & Ireland
Automobile Association Motorists Atlas Britain
Collins Bartholomew The World on the Wall
Collins Maps & Atlases, HarperCollins Publishers Handy Map & Guide Edinburgh
Cosmographics European Union Map
Environmental Research & Assessment Wildlife Awareness Manual
Geo-Innovations Katrina and Tsunami
Geo-Innovations & UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office Central America Briefing Maps
Graeme Parry Laneing: Toronto Laneways, Tour 1
HarperCollins Publishers Collins Easy Learning World Atlas
HarperCollins Publishers The Times Compact History of the World and World Atlas
HarperCollins Publishers Collins Complete World Atlas
Michael Middleditch Penguin Map of North America
Stirling Surveys Redcar & Cleveland Horse Riding Routes Map

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