STEPHEN TYSON

CARTOGRAPHY

“The good cartographer is both a scientist and an artist. He must have a thorough knowledge of his subject and model, the Earth…. He must have the ability to generalize intelligently and to make a right selection of the features to show. These are represented by means of lines or colors; and the effective use of lines or colors requires more than knowledge of the subject – it requires artistic judgement.”
Erwin Josephus Raisz

Amundsen01

Paths to the Pole

National Geographic Magazine, September 2011
Editor and research: Virginia W. Mason, Relief: Stephen Tyson
Copyright © 2011 National Geographic Society
Awards
Honorable Mention, Thematic Category - Cartographic and Geographic Information Society
Bronze - Malofiej

Wakhan Corridor

Corridor to Nowhere

National Geographic Magazine, February 2013
Editor: Virginia W. Mason, Research: Brad Scriber, NG Staff; Relief map: Stephen Tyson
Copyright © 2013 National Geographic Society
Awards
Honorable Mention, Reference Category - Cartographic and Geographic Information Society

The Melting Antarctica

The Melting of Antarctica

National Geographic Magazine, July 2017
Lauren C. Tierney and Jason Treat, NG Staff; Relief map: Stephen Tyson
Copyright © 2017 National Geographic Society
Awards
Award of Excellence - Society for News Design
Bronze - Malofiej

GRAPHIC DESIGN

“A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.”
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

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Merkur Package Design Concept

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Typography: Poster Design

NYC Events: Typographic Poster Design

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