This looks like a museum floor tile where they put the directions to a certain exhibit which I think is really cool. It stands out against the normal brick, and is eye-catching whilst also being small and not really a big deal.
"Bicycles shrink cities at no charge." This letterpressed collection of cycling maps from three of the worlds most cyclist-friendly cities comes in at 10 by 26 inches, but it was printed on a press with a “maximum” print size of only 15 by 21 inches.
Circle doodles on an old London A-Z. Have students use an old atlas or street map from where they live a create art with overlapping circles. Maybe each circle around a place that is important to them.