Our work has appeared in numerous publications including
National Geographic Traveler, Life, Harper's, Washingtonian, San Francisco,
Boulevards, Image, Darkroom, Berliner Kunstblatt, Utne Reader, The San Francisco
Chronicle, andThe Washington Post.
postcard brought us a gold medal (& a huge pile of cash!) from the San
Francisco Society of Communication Arts.
Our map cards
are in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress and appeared
in their exhibition "A World of Names" -- celebrating the Centennial
of the United States Board on Geographic Names.
And here is what the critics are saying about our thematic
- "fun." -- Detroit News/Free Press
- "pure fun." -- Houston Chronicle
- "great!" -- National Public Radio - Talk
of the Nation / Science Friday
- "great fun." -- Los Angeles Times
- "terrific fun." -- A Common Reader
- "a delight." --Booklist
- "delectable." -- San Francisco Chronicle
- "irresistibly whimsical." -- Chicago Sun-Times
- "This is a highly educational work."
- -- Sunday Telegraph, Manchester, NH
- "Well, Mr. Jouris -- a cartographer, graphic artist,
photographer and a guy with a swell sense of humor -- has done it again."
- -- Dallas Morning News
- "If there is any hope for our nation of the lost,
it may lie in the slim-but-funny books of a guy named David Jouris."
- -- Charles Walsh, syndicated columnist
- "Those of us who are fascinated by place names will
love David Jouris' second book, called All Over the Map Again ....
It is the kind of book you can't put down."
- -- Arizona Republic, Phoenix, AZ
- "We're proud to anounce we have a new Favorite Book
in the Whole Wide World. It's All Over the Map Again."
- -- Gazette Telegraph, Colorado Springs, CO