Friday, September 01, 2006

Maps I Would Like to See: Everything From the Last Year of the Times-Picayune

In the past year, the T-P has produced some truly excellent maps (and interactive graphics) depicting all aspects of the city's devastation and recovery in the wake of the storm. I would have clipped them all out myself, but there's no more room on my refrigerator.

I would love to see a book compiling them all together. Can somebody make that happen?

9 comments:

  1. I'll buy that one, too. Sign me up.

    Also, I'm trying to research "plans" (in image form) for the city, from the wise to the wise-ass. Got any pointers?

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  2. P.S. I'm already here waiting in Brad Pitt's bushes, so I've got that angle covered...

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  3. The only one I can point you to right away is the now defunct Big Green Dot plan from back in January. And wasn't there that exhibit somewhere or other a while back where various artsy architect-types gave their visions of the future of the city. There was an article in the T-P with a big "artists depiction" of some snotty out-of-towner's tongue-in-cheek vision of a city of tethered cubes floating on the surface of the water.

    As for Brad Pitt, keep us posted. I was anxious about the future of the city until I learned that he was on the job.

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  4. Justin10:36 AM

    Tethered cubes floating on top of the water
    -that's the Brangelina plan for "interacting" with the world, right?

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  5. Do you know where the green dot plan is online?

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  6. The map is here:

    http://www.nola.com/katrina/pdf/planmap.pdf

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  7. Anonymous4:24 PM

    Great Idea. There are also some pretty cool maps at: http://www.gnocdc.org/

    Lots of data.


    Howie Luvzus

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  8. That's a good link. Thank you.

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  9. Funny, I've clipped a bunch of maps from the TP over the past year thinking they'd make a good collage.

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