Surprisingly, over 60% of the Canadian population resides south of Seattle, challenging the conventional notion of Canada as a predominantly northern expanse.
“Terrible Maps” is a celebration of the absurd and the pointless in cartography, showcasing a collection of whimsical maps. Terrible Maps is a British social media account that has over 2m followers across its platforms.
What would Pangaea look like today with existing borders and countries? One thing for sure, we would save on plane travel.
Globe trotting Rachel Evans constructs colorful world maps with Spirograph patterns representing different continents.
Jazzberry Blue has a unique way of envisioning cities in abstract form. Google Maps has nothing on this minimalist representation of famous cities.
Unique Google Maps as seen by Christoph Niemann, illustrator for The New York Times.
It may sound surprising or even offensive to some, but for many Americans, their perception of the map of Europe can be quite perplexing. Building cross-cultural understanding and dispelling stereotypes requires concerted efforts in education.