It might be great to some that designer Massimo Vignelli is updating the NYC Subway Map after 36 years—on August 9, 1972 his official redesign described by the Daily News as a “follow-the-yellow-brick-road” approach was released to the public—but $299 is an expensive proposition for a subway map even if it is limited and signed by Vignelli himself. The “art print” measures 36×45 inches and is being released in editions of 500. All proceeds go to Green Worker Cooperatives—ah, an Earth Week tie-in—a nonprofit that is “dedicated to creating worker-owned and environmentally sound cooperatives in the South Bronx.” It’s available through the Condé Nast e-store. |TheWorldsBestEver|