Monthly Archives: April 2014

Atlas of the Week

The Klencke Atlas was created in 1660, and is considered one of the largest atlases in existence. The atlas is around 5’9” tall and 6’3” wide when opened. This atlas contains 37 maps that can be removed from the atlas … Continue reading

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The Corporate States of America

According to the map’s creator, Steve Lovelace, brand loyalty may soon take on a whole new meaning. Lovelace’s map, titled The Corporate States of America, is a visual representation of his theory that the modern nation state will soon no … Continue reading

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