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.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, 'Food: An Atlas' seeks to create a greater awareness of where certain edible items come from.
What do aerial shots of cities look like when they are placed on their sides?
Rachel Kerr has spent three years making this tribute, typographically formed from places mentioned in the work of literature.
Search engine giant gets pressure from French court over its easily accessible map service.
A new augmented reality app lets users explore London through the centuries.