Cinemaps: An Atlas of 35 Great Movies

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Quirk Books
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9.2 X 12.1 X 0.8 inches | 2.3 pounds

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About the Author

Andrew DeGraff has created illustrations for the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Esquire, and other national publications. His previous book, Plotted, was hailed by Slate as "beautifully illustrated . . . an innovative work of literary criticism."

A. D. Jameson
is an author and Ph.D. candidate at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he teaches writing and film studies.


"Artist Andrew DeGraff has found a way to transport you directly into the terrain of your favorite films with gorgeous hand-painted maps."--Slash Film

"[DeGraff's] maps reveal our favorite films as dynamic, complex organisms--simultaneously aging and timeless--and give fans an imaginative new route into the films they love."--Playboy

"Visually stunning."--Esquire

"This one-of-a-kind atlas is a must for both film buffs and art lovers."--Parade

"The cartographically inclined won't be able to resist this collection of maps charting Marty McFly's coming and goings in Hill Valley, Indiana Jones's globetrotting, and more from 35 iconic films."--Town & Country

"These maps aren't drawn to scale, but what they lack in rigorous precision they more than make up for in color, clarity and crazily detailed thoroughness."--Glen Weldon, Pop Culture Happy Hour

"An essential reference for cinephiles, fans of great films, and anyone who loves the art of mapmaking."

"DeGraff infuses his array of blockbusters and pop classics with detail-oriented warmth."--Film Comment

"Charted in meticulous detail."--IndieWire

"A unique gift for the movie lover in your life."--Hypable

"A treasure ...[Cinemaps] will entice movie fans across generations with its visual tidbits and analytical essays."--Geeks of Doom

"If you haven't already rushed out to buy this book, then I suggest you get on that."--All Geek to Me