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BBC’s The Beauty of Maps
BBC’s The Beauty of Maps

What cartographic creativity has to do with the limitations of copyright law.

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Mapping the Human Condition
Mapping the Human Condition

What the empire of love has to do with the intellect forest and the bay of agoraphobia.

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SubMap: Visualizing Subjective Urban Patterns
SubMap: Visualizing Subjective Urban Patterns

What Twitter in Finland has to do with villages in Hungary and the solipsism of urbanity.

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Lost States: The Stories of Lands that Never Were
Lost States: The Stories of Lands that Never Were

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Creative Cartography: 7 Magnificent Books on Maps
Creative Cartography: 7 Magnificent Books on Maps

From tattoos to Thomas More’s Utopia, or what Moby Dick has to do with the nature of time.

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Railway Maps of the World
Railway Maps of the World

What the evolution of standardized time zones has to do with train travel in Zimbabwe.

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HyperCities: Every Past is a Place
HyperCities: Every Past is a Place

What 17th-century Manhattan has to do with Peru’s grid and the Renaissance in Berlin.

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Graphic USA: Miniguides to 25 Top Cities by 25 Top Designers
Graphic USA: Miniguides to 25 Top Cities by 25 Top Designers

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Transit Maps of the World: A Design History of Transit Systems
Transit Maps of the World: A Design History of Transit Systems

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Atlas of the Transatlantic Slave Trade
Atlas of the Transatlantic Slave Trade

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