30 November 2010
23 November 2010
Prepare to marvel my friend as mapping voyages into a freaky inter-dimensional holographic realm. This voyage utilises an idea that you've probably already seen exhibited in science museums. But far from the ghostly retro images you're probably used to, these lenticular maps are slick and useful. Check out these fine examples from New York and Seattle
16 November 2010
Where do you go?
Where did you come from...envelope yo?!
In case you need more of an introduction / explanation than that; a couple of peppy young designers have come up with an interesting idea to personalise our postal service deliveries; When you send a letter to someone, the route the mail will take is pre-mapped onto the envelope. Seeing a physical route/footprint presented like this, one cannot help but feel a 'real world' connection with the other person. Logistically though there are few things that would need to be considered so, click here to ponder such an undertaking.
09 November 2010
02 November 2010
In this discourse on map pins and pinnage we avert our lascivious gaze from the metaphorical pin-up girl and focus instead our refined eyes toward the edge of the poster and we notice there; the most pragmatic of mapping saints... the pin