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tangible viz - Maya Lin - Systematic Landscapes (existing landscape data transformed; assuming its based on topo data)

[Landscape Art] tangible viz - Maya Lin - Systematic Landscapes (existing landscape data transformed; assuming its based on topo data)

Map of the World Map in the style of Piet Mondrian Art by artPause https://www.etsy.com/listing/90393665/map-of-the-world-map-in-the-style-of

Mondrian Style World Map Abstract Map of the World Canvas Art Print inspired by dutch painter Piet Mondrian.

This is a paper cut of Brisbane my home city and I really love the art of paper cutting.  I think that this is a really beautiful way of seeing either your favourite city or your own home city.

Brisbane Mapcut - hand cut Bristol paper - by+ Karen M. O'Leary at StudioKMO (Etsy)

site map as ground details, soil, roots, contours

alexqgb: “ Matthew Rangel Stronghold - Due East from Moro Rock (lithograph, Via a transect–Due East ”

Jenn Kangas | string art | Chicago transit map.  - I like this idea, I could do something like this

ART - String are is inexpensive and interesting. Content could reflect local trail maps, brewery maps of the LML, ski trails etc.

"Asvirus 37" by Derek Lerner, original pen and ink #drawing #map #topography

ARTFINDER: Asvirus 37 by Derek Lerner - 2012 ink on paper mounted to wood panel x 8 x in. Wood panel is a re-purposed/recycled/reused/reclaimed cigar box and ready to hang.

Abstract Maps of Major Cities.... Pretty Cool!

Abstract Maps

How great are these modern city map posters by artist Jazzberry Blue! In each print, the self-taught artist features a different conceptual city map filled

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Abstract Maps

How great are these modern city map posters by artist Jazzberry Blue! In each print, the self-taught artist features a different conceptual city map filled

"Nervous squirrels, afraid of an attack on the ground, use the phone and television cables as highways wherever the tree canopy's broken. Birds rest on the power lines." Denis Wood's poetic alternative cartography.

Everything Sings: Making the Case for a New Cartography

Squirrel highways Nervous squirrels, afraid of an attack on the ground, use the phone and television cables as highways wherever the tree canopy’s broken. Birds rest on the power lines. Image and caption copyrighted Denis Wood & Siglio Press

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