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Codes - Imaginary maps of nonexistent cities by federico cortese

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Codes - Imaginary maps of nonexistent cities by federico cortese, via Behance

CODES - Imaginary maps of nonexistent cities by Frederico Cortese Cortese on his work: “ When we consider a road map or a map of the territory we note that they contain different information that are.

Asvirus 39 by Derek Lerner | Artfinder

ARTFINDER: Asvirus 39 by Derek Lerner - 2013 ink on paper mounted to wood panel x 5 x in. Wood panel is a re-purposed/recycled/reused/reclaimed cigar box and ready to hang.

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Federico Cortese - Codes - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities

U.S. Geological Survey maps of the shafts and tunnels of the Comstock mines, published in 1881.

Gorgeous map of underground tunnels and shafts in Nevada's Comstock silver mines

illustrations from Stan Engelbrecht & Nic Grobler's cycling book project Bicycle Portraits http://www.dayonepublications.com/Bicycle_Portraits/Home.html #maps #watercolor #paintings

Beautiful hand-painted watercolour maps that are part of Stan Engelbrecht & Nic Grobler's project Bicycle portraits; a study of commuter culture is South Africa.

13 Imaginary Maps Of Nonexistent Cities

Federico Cortese Codes Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities inspiration. Reminds me of the garden city model a bit.

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