Sunday, May 22, 2011

Mapping the Human Condition

via brainpickings
“…There’s something about cartography that lends itself to visualizing much more than land and geography. [Presented] are seven cartographic interpretations of the human condition, using the visual vocabulary of classical maps to interpret various facets of the human psyche — a genre that came of age during the late Renaissance, when it became known as “sentimental cartography.”
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