A typographic map of central London.
A map of South Africa by Maria Rabinky.
This map, made by tracking the songs listened to by music service users who have zip codes attached to their accounts, shows each state’s most distinctively well-liked artist.
This map shows the town of Agloe, New York, which was first put on maps in the 1930s as a fake place name so that cartographers could see when their work was being plagiarized. Their plan backfired, though, when someone living in the area opened an Agloe General Store after seeing the name on a map, and their cartographic fiction became a reality. Read more here.
This map shows some of the US’s great cycling routes.
This typographic map of St. Petersburg, Russia, is made up of quotes from books that take place in the city.
A map of London by Sam Williams.
This map shows the six proposed states into which Tim Draper thinks California should be split.
The world in meat.
These maps, from the Economist, show cocaine use and seizures in countries around the world.
Colorful map and cityscapes.