Manhattan by Paula Scher: Paula, a self-taught designer renowned for her typography skills, began painting her colorful and stylized maps back in the early ’90s.  The maps depict regions, cities, and continents from all corners of the globe and feature a mighty use of typography. by Andrew Rosinski, dinca.org #Maps #Typography #Paula_Scher #Manhattan

Manhattan by Paula Scher: a self-taught designer renowned for her typography skills, began painting her colorful & stylized maps back in the early

map art

Amazing vintage maps of the Mississippi. Produced in 1944 by Harold N. Fisk, who drew in a rainbow of colors the path of past and current flows as the mighty river changed course and flooded over time.

map art

Amazing vintage maps of the Mississippi. Produced in 1944 by Harold N. Fisk, who drew in a rainbow of colors the path of past and current flows as the mighty river changed course and flooded over time.

Origami Earth

To know more about Lloyd Burchill Origami Earth, visit Sumally, a social network that gathers together all the wanted things in the world! Featuring over 1 other Lloyd Burchill items too!

Emma McNally, Cartographic Polyrhythms, 2011

theantidote: “ Cartographic Polyrhythms Emma McNally digital hybrid from drawing (graphite/carbon on paper) ‘Below the level of the musical note lies the realm of microsound, of sound particles.

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Japanese star map / Tenmon Bun'ya no zu / detail view showing divisions of the heavens and regions they govern / Science Museum London

Nantucket / below the boat

Nantucket Bathymetric Wood Chart

Boston Interiors Nantucket Wood Chart This three-dimensional piece comes ready to hang, pre-framed in a custom, solid-wood frame Its rich contours are carefully crafted from laser-cut

// Sweet Infographic - 550,000 Miles Of Undersea Cabling That Powers The Internet. Full map here > http://www.fastcodesign.com/1671777/infographic-the-550000-miles-of-undersea-cabling-that-powers-the-internet?partner=newsletter#1

Infographic: The 550,000 Miles Of Undersea Cabling That Powers The Internet

The Submarine Cable Map, by telecom research firm TeleGeography, is a vintage rendition of the worldwide network that drives our communications infrastructure today.


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