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Mapping Animals – what is the name of this kind of diagram? | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

Mapping Animals – what is the name of this kind of diagram?

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If you’re a vegetarian you might want to look the other way instead of reading this post. When I used to work near the Meat Packing District I would often walk by Zampa (great little place btw) and appreciate their pig diagram. It’s a fun diagram that looks cool and also is a major part of their website www.zampanyc.com. Recently I came across a poster using a similar technique. While this type of mapping is not taking over the nation just yet, it’s something to keep your eyes out for. Just one question – is there a proper technical name to this kind of diagram?

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