Meet the Panamap, an award-winning printed map that reveals different layers (subways, streets and neighbourhoods) depending on how it is held in your hand. It is manufactured using a patented printing technology that effectively allows users to reference three maps in one.
The Panamap has received over nine international awards and is exhibited in the Library of Congress’ permanent collection. They are currently available for New York City and Chicago.
Anthony Compagnone is a bilingual speech and language therapist by day and has been helping kids and adults with their speech and language needs for over 20 years in New York.
He is also a keen martial artist and has practiced a number of disciplines from kempo to kung fu and everything in between.
Also a champion of his two incredible kids, yoga, hiking and traveling, he contributes to We Blog the World about family travel, hotel and product reviews and of course culture, where his language skills are a huge asset. He speaks 5 languages but is most proficient in English, Spanish and French.
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