Presentations

We’ve selected a few examples of our many multimedia projects for you. All of these were made in 2011.

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Special thanks to the many excellent photographers and video-makers we have worked with over the years, including Peter Shapiro, Carlos Martinez, Gottfried Haider, Jinwha Ju, Beth Ferguson, Yelena Zolotorevskaya, Soon Chung Lim, and many more.



 

NetSquared Invitational – we won this competition, then created this short video for NetSquared’s forthcoming new website.

Dedicated Lane created videos for us mixing footage and images provided by Green Mapmakers around the world. This one is about our tools.

Our Archive will soon move to the New York Public Library Map Collection – here’s phase one, on the move.

  • Local Spokes Youth Ambassadors History of Maps in NYC by Aaron Miller, Intern

     

    While interning with us, Aaron Miller created this History of Maps in NYC for the Local Spokes Youth Ambassadors.

  • A selection of exhibits including the Green Apple Map over the past decade, all in New York, unless noted.

    2011 Design for the Real World Redux, University of Applied Arts, Vienna

    2011 Green Map Special Exhibition, Zenrin Museum, Kitakyushu Japan by Risa Ishikawa

    2010 Green Maps of the World, Finlandia University, Keweenaw Peninsula, USA by Barbara Hardy and Rick Loduha

    2007 “National Sustainable Design Expo”, Washington DC 

    2006 “Treasured Maps”, New York Public Library

    2005 “Green Map Hall”, EXPO 2005's NGO Global Village, Aichi Japan by Green Map Aichi and Crossfit

    2004 “Vibrant Communities, Green Maps of New York and the World”, Urban Center - Municipal Art Society


     


    Our 2004 Vibrant Communities exhibition celebrated our Green Atlas book, website and CD.


    2002 Tokyo Art Jungle, Tokyo International Forum, Japan

    Our relationship with the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum has spanned 15 years. In 2010, we were part of the triennial exhibition, book and Family Day