Thump Thump Cartography

As a fan of maps, typography, and anatomy, I think this is a pretty sweet mashup.


From via Street Anatomy.

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Would have been cooler if it had been done in that style where the letters are actually shaped to fit in the space they label, rather than needing outlines and stuff.

By Katherine (not verified) on 14 Jun 2009 #permalink