City map

City map, creates a geometric pattern, forms interesting shapes and spaces intersticio

Federico Cortese Codes Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities inspiration

Federico Cortese - Codes - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities

Federico Cortese Codes Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities inspiration. Reminds me of the garden city model a bit.

Late nineteenth-century map showing extent of observation of Aurora borealis. Image courtesy of Collection of Dr. Herbert Kroehl, NGDC. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce. #flatearth

Late nineteenth-century map showing extent of observation of Aurora borealis. Image courtesy of Collection of Dr. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce.

New York City Map Red  Print based on the original hand paper cut Map

New York City Map Red Print based on the original hand paper cut Map

abstract city maps by etsy shop jazzberryblue via design editor

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

Handcut New York City Map by Karen O’Leary [Design + NYC]

The interwebs have been buzzing about Karen O’Leary’s papercut city maps, and with good reason. These maps are absolutely amazing! And she cuts them all by hand, which just blows my mind. The map of Paris, shown above, has truly.

Harold N. Fisk, 1944, different colors to show the past and current flow of the mighty Mississippi

a map of ancient courses of the Mississippi River, from Cape Girardeau, MO to Donaldsonville, LA. ("Mississippi River Meander Belt" Plate by Harold N.

French designer Antoine Corbineau's newest print -- a neon vision of the City of Light that resembles pop-art stained glass

An Awesome Neon Map Of Paris

French designer Antoine Corbineau's newest print -- a neon vision of the City of Light that resembles pop-art stained glass

Lower Manhattan, by Paula Scher, featuring the path of the High-Line (a disused elevated freight train line, transformed into an elevated linear park).

Iconic designer Paula Scher celebrates The High Line NYC with this gorgeous poster in the style of her magnificent typographic maps.

catieannie:   Pocket map of London, c. 1890  Missing London hard today.

sebastian-flyte: “ Pocket map of London, c. 1890 ” Missing London hard today.

Via http://lecontainer.blogspot.com

Paths through New York City, by artist Eric Fischer. A "Flow Map" of New York…

Saatchi Online Artist: Federico Cortese; Paint, 2011, Mixed Media "Cipher n. 13"

Federico Cortese - Codes - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities - Patternbank

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