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    Slime Mold and Highways Grow in the Exact Same Way - A study by Andrew Adamatsky of the University of the West of England // The original study: arxiv.org/...

    shortestpathtree.org using OSM data

    traces and trajectories: a study of the temporal | Amanda Gann | Archinect

    [Shaun of the Dead, story map] by Andrew DeGraff MAPS AND STORIES ARE INSEPARABLE

    "London: a functional analysis" from Patrick Abercrombie's post-war urban planning, 1944

    Interface of park and city Seoul © West 8 urban design & landscape architecture

    A map showing building heights in the Manhattan borough of New York City. Building height indirectly measures land value.

    Mapping visible places in "street view" on Google-Map mode, listed in January 2012

    Manhattan Topography. Made with Geocontext

    ISSUU - Andrew McHenry - Landscape Architecture Portfolio by Andrew McHenry

    Eddie Elliott's gorgeous studies on Cabspotting data, from a while ago

    Walter Netsch, Field Theory.

    Mapping exercise | diagram

    BALTIC SEA / Kunst Dokk - LCLA office

    beautiful maps of Paris.

    CHI - Mapping Where People Run - Jenny Xie - The Atlantic Cities Cool way to show movement/time/volume

    Pretty sure i looked at this under a microscope today - ironic.. Physarum polycephalum / Slime Mold

    Matthew Picton makes sculptural maps of cities out of books about the respective city (here: Dublin in 1904, created from James Joyce's Ulysses)

    Arteries of Hong Kong, South China Morning Post (Oct. 11, 2012)

    Mapping

    is this us?