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Breakout - Eric Frommelt

Information Obsessed Giclée Prints Based in Brooklyn, New York, artist Eric Frommelt is a graphic designer with a love of information technology and lots of color.

Center for Spatial Research

At the PopTech Chicago 2010 Salon event, Laura Kurgan, director of the Spatial Information Design Lab, presents data illustrating the relationship between incarceration…

The Architecture of the Well-Tempered Environment: Amazon.co.uk: Reyner Banham: 9780851390741: Books

The Architecture of the Well-tempered Environment by Reyner Banham

I always have loved illustrations that incorporate the story...like a journal or diary

I always have loved illustrations that incorporate the story.

Buckminster Fuller was many things—an engineer, an architect, a designer—but he was also a cartographer, adding maps to his series of Dymaxion objects.

by Mark Allen Miller

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lines+circles can be used to build map designs and illustrations

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do the cities and the metro maps for each table. Totally a different take on how to do table names with graphics

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Conception of Holding Pattern by Interboro. Sorry I can't figure out how to pin multiple images into one pin. But I love Interboro's use of first person interviews in their presentations.

Interboro Partners » Archive » MADE IN MIDTOWN

Interboro Partners » Archive » MADE IN MIDTOWN

I, for one, could use a Soma holiday right about now. But since I can't, these nine incredible architectural projects built by the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright and Walt Disney to usher in an age of perfect, classless society will have to do. On the flip side, check out these 15 housing projects from hell, these insane asylum plans, and these 15 locations made famous by SciFi movies.

Nine Utopian Architectural Projects for a Brave New World

Group of Slumless, Smokeless Cities by Ebenezer Howard

Bernard Tschumi. Parc de la Villette, Paris, France, Follies and Galleries, Isometrics. 1986 | Tschumi Follies

Parc de la Villette, Paris, France, Follies and Galleries, Isometrics.

Map of New York City, Showing the Distribution of the Principal Nationalities by Sanitary Districts published in Harper’s Weekly (June 1, 1894) using 1890 U.S. Census data.

Designspiration — Map Symbols: Showing Multivariate Data with Texture « Making Maps: DIY Cartography

JORGE AYALA: Landscape Urbanism Lab | Networks

JORGE AYALA: Landscape Urbanism Lab | Networks

49 Cities: on utopian urbanism

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