The maps are fantastic, a delight. The detail and the wit are a joy to behold.
The typography (wait, typography is maybe a bit strong) the drawings with type in are lovely. The drawings have a lovely depth to them.
What's not good?
It ain't very big. Actually, it's even more spatially challenged than a Design Museum exhibition and that's quite a feat.
There isn't enough stuff from the New Yorker. Just the one cover.
It feels a bit pricey at £9. Nine pounds isn't exactly a lot of money, but it feels like a big deal for a very small show. Still, better to spend your hard earned at cultural venues than the local Wetherspoons...
So go. You should definitely go. Just lower your expectations a little bit. Mike Dempsey has written a good post about Saul here. A must read if you like that new Audi cardboard box ad.