31 August 2009

Psychogeography maps

Over at Making Maps blog, John Krygier posted some great student examples of psychogeography maps from a summer camp/class. This isn't very different than some creative explorations that we see in landscape architecture, and emphasize the personal opinion over the factual or spatially precise. Some would argue that may may, in fact, be more truthful if they capture the real truth of the place. But in any case, they may help you think in new ways about your next cartographic effort.

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