ATG Quirkies: A World of Strange Maps

Checkout these cartographic curiosities from Big Think, a unique knowledge forum They draw from an “ever-growing network of 2,000 Big Think fellows and guest speakers, who comprise the top thinkers and doers from around the globe.” 

This collection of posts comes from “Big Thinker” Frank Jacobs who “has been writing about strange maps since 2006, published a book on the subject in 2009 and joined Big Think in 2010. Readers send in new material daily, and he keeps bumping in to cartography that is delightfully obscure, amazingly beautiful, shockingly partisan, and more.”

(Thanks again to John Riley of Gabriel Books for providing ATG Quirkies!)

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