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Visitor Collection by Judith Jacobi
“The collection consists of three designs: a calendar, where dates become secondary and migrant birds as representatives for people living far from each other, move towards each other from day to day; a pin-set for maps, where small nesting boxes can be filled with memories of distant intimates and thus a location on the map is replaced by a person; and a piece of furniture that serves as a well-prepared nest for the arrival, being filled with plans for the weekend and other prearrangements. It can also accommodate a bag, clothes and other personal accessories when the visitor finally arrives.”

urbanination:

This living wall in Copenhagen outlines a map of Europe. 

cutemeetscrochet:

Home is where the heart is. I love this idea. You can see more at the original blog post. :
http://theharpsterhome.wordpress.com/2011/12/12/heart-in-ohio/

cutemeetscrochet:

Home is where the heart is. I love this idea. You can see more at the original blog post. :

http://theharpsterhome.wordpress.com/2011/12/12/heart-in-ohio/

organizedxxmess:

Dresses made from vintage maps!

thedailywhat:

Interstate Subway System of the Day: Every wonder what it would look like if instead of using highways, the United States relied on a massive subway system to connect its cities?

Well, so did Australian designer Cameron Booth, and he even took it a step farther by redesigning the map of U.S. highways (U.S. Routes, to be exact) in the style of H.C. Beck’s London Underground Diagram.

Booth’s subway-style reimagining of the Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways can be seen here.

[camboothlaughingsquid.]

oh, hi, can this be real, please?

Above:Tube Map” by Kyle Bean. (via.)

My Bearded Pigeon cushion showcase (by cath @ chunkychooky)

thedailywhat:

  • Above: “Little Manhattan” by Yutaka Sone — a detailed map of NYC’s best-known borough hewn from marble. (via.)
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