Examples

  • ///Weird-Oh Spit///
  • Composite 1 (Somerville/Governor's Island): Emily Garfield’s art is a pen-and-watercolour exercise in the cartography of imaginary places. Her drawings “are inspired by the visual language of maps, as well as the fractal similarity that cities share with biological processes such as the patterns of cells and neurons.”
  • budapest / submap
  • Edward Hann Portfolio, IDP 06. Internally displaced people 06, is an exploration in the theory of ‘designing for an ethical message’, using the uniformity and order of the grid, mixed with the natural topographical beauty of a landscape, to demonstrate the scale of humanitarian crisis in Western Darfur and Eastern Chad.
  • A Map of Manhattan Using Only Handwritten Directions From Strangers by Nobutaka Aozaki
  • Mapping every building in Brooklyn #map #information #design
  • AA urbanism
  • Latest addition to my collection "Undergrowth 8" by Brisbane artist Sue Beyer. Very happy to own this. See Sue's work at www.suebeyer.com.au
  • Braille map of North America climate zones #braille #northamerica #map
  • Lay of the Land: 13 Topographic Works of Art & Design By Steph in Architecture & Design, Furniture & Interiors, Graffiti & Draw
  • If you’re on the beach, this map shows you what’s across the ocean
  • Hours of Sunlight: US v. Europe
  • Mapping Los Angeles
  • The Map of Truth and Deception. A visual representation we designed of Pamela Meyer’s TedTalk on the science of lie-spotting.
  • The Journey Journal - United States Careful when crossing the 'ssippi
  • Enhanced Street Grids - San Francisco - Streets colored by orientation
  • Where are you going and where have you been? This sumptuous and unusual travel journal allows you to record your trips with style. It includes a 64-page notepad and 8 miniature scratch maps. Each map represents a different region of the world, and once you've arrived, you can scratch off the country for a memento of your trip. Keep track of the places you've visited and recall your favorite moments with this unique journal.
  • Cyan Island (Cityspace #148)
  • ‘You are the City’, book by Petra Kempf
  • Map Descriptive of London's Poverty, 1897