Geocoding system What3words is teaming up with Airbnb to help its customers hunt down unique or hidden lodges not easily found through other navigation services, like a tent in a Mongolian forest
This gelato store in Thailand sources its flavors from all over the world, with an interior design to match
The New York Public Library is looking for help properly geotagging old images in their archives to find the city's lost history
Clare Jones introduced PSFK 2017 to what3words, the global addressing system that is changing and saving lives around the world
The New Yorker created the content to see how the 1930s streets compares to today’s Big Apple
Draw a line and the program will complete the picture to correspond to any place in the world
The project from a designer at Pentagram flips the familiar image of the world upside down to question why we think of certain regions as north or south
The City Art Posters series by Hubert Roguski gives traditional cartography a new function
Top 500 websites plotted out on a beautiful vintage National Geographic world map.
Artist Jennifer Maravillas created a non-digital map of Brooklyn that uses trash from each block to illuminate the borough’s culture and diversity.
The Atlas of True Names replaces the names of geographical areas with their etymological origins.