Day One is our proposal for a new park in Grønmo (Norway). A former waste disposal site, the new Grønmo is not just a park but a new territory … [Read more...]
Cartographies of Reality and Fiction
Maps connect information to space, depicting real and imagined territories on a flat surface. Over time, maps became increasingly more detailed and precise: the scale was adjusted, symbols became conventions, standards were set. However, this evolution didn’t stop the map to become a complex representational tool or an artistic medium.
For some artists, the cartographic representation became a means to spatialize a mental realm, a metaphorical instrument to simulate an unexisting territory.
Here's how the territory of Palestine has shrinked and borders have fragmented from 1917 to present day. A cartographic essay on GOOD. Thanks, Ethel, … [Read more...]
Alexander Trevi of Pruned, whom we thank for linking Socks, has an exceptional obsession we'd like to share: that for long geographical … [Read more...]
Tom Waits: Goodnight Irene Click for original 3072x3072px size on Nasa Goddard flickr. … [Read more...]
George Perec, La Vie, Mode d'Emploi. Read more on Ivar Hagendoorn's article "Georges Perec: Life a User's … [Read more...]
"The following recipes are not intended as precise culinary blueprints. Instead they are meant to inspire experimentation, improvisation and play in … [Read more...]
The Entire Pokemon Blue map. Click to zoom. Via: Fuck Yeah Cartography … [Read more...]
We'll come back to the great illustrations of Michael Paukner, but for the moment, here's his free printable cut-out sheet version of Bucky Fuller's … [Read more...]
"...Presents a day in the life in Austin, Texas among its social outcasts and misfits, predominantly the twenty-something set, using a series of … [Read more...]