• Editorial Mapas: Prizes and Recognitions

    In many ways Gatopardo marks a high point in Ibero-American journalism. Over the years, the magazine’s articles have been the recipients of major journalism recognitions:

    ·      The Latin American Drug Journalism 2011 prize for Diego Enrique Osorno’s "¿Por qué mataron al alcalde?".

    ·      The Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano 2010 prize for Argentine journalist Leila Guerriero’s “El rastro en los huesos.”

    ·      The 2009 Simón Bolívar Prize for Colombian journalist Dominique Rodríguez’s profile of artist Doris Salvedo. 


    Other prizes and recognitions awarded to Editorial Mapas: 

    National Mexican Publishers Circle (acronym in Spanish: Caniem) Prizes


    ·      Gatopardo: Best General-Interest Magazine

    ·      dF a la mano: Best City Guide

    ·      Cometa: Best Children’s Periodical 


    ·      Gatopardo: Best General-Interest Magazine

    ·      50 hoteles con encanto en México: Best Travel Guide

  • Publicaciones A La Medida grows

    2011 saw a notable increase in book and guidebook production created especially for Mapas clients, including the Guía aromas y sabores con Patricia Quintana, a celebration of Mexican cuisine (for Banamex) as well as Acuérdate de Acapulco—and the English-language Remember Acapulco—a travel guide to the contemporary city featuring local histories and anecdotes (for the Guerrero State Government). The February 2012 issue of Travesías included a guide to France, Atout France, custom-designed for the French Tourism Office in Mexico; MINI commissioned the Eco chic guide; and we annually publish StyleMap—a pocket-size city guide especially created for foreign visitors (on behalf of the Mexico City municipal government).   


  • dF con humor (Humorous dF)

    Mexico City never stops—and that’s why we update our dF guides every year. dF con humor (2011) expands the series that began in 2008 with dF de culto. This time around, we’re focused on Mexico City’s funnest, most carnivalesque pleasures; but as in the past, readers discover hundreds of restaurant, shopping, museum, style, book and art reviews, along with tips for making their way through Mexico City’s more-than-three-ring circus.