This section shows every map that Michael Calcagno made. Most map prints can be purchased here.

Los Angeles, CA

In the style of Vignelli NY Subway Map Design of the 1970s

In August 1972, The New York City subway map designed by Massimo Vignelli first appeared on the walls of every subway station, every train car, and millions of pocket maps.  It became a landmark in modernist information design and was sometimes scorned by transit riders for non-geographical design. Vignelli regarded the map as one of his finest creations. 

Michael Calcagno recreated Los Angeles Metro map in the style of a beautiful Vignelli map design:

(Metrolink) In the style of the 1990s Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) map

This 1990s map design of BART was used, I believe as station map posters and in-car posters back in the 1990s. 

Michael Calcagno recreated the Metrolink map in the style of 1990s BART map design:

In the style of 1967 NYC Subway's Chrystie Street Connection Map

In 1967 NYC Subway opened the Chrystie Street connection in lower Manhattan, it brought together several BMT and IND lines with numerous routing changes. This brochure with a unique map design had several route changes affected by the new connection. This is where he can recreate many maps in that unique style.

Michael Calcagno recreated LA Metro map in the style of NYC Subway's Chrystie Street Connection map design: