Natural Modernism

February 2015
I've long been interested in portraying the natural world using the same sort of highly-abstracted, geometrically-precise visual language that we often apply to the constructed world on maps. Think of metro systems, rectangular street grids, perfectly circular dots representing locations of cities, etc.

When it comes to nature, though, we usually embrace the organic and chaotic shapes that it holds. Sometimes it's fun to look at things in a different way, one which I call “natural modernism.” To read more and to download a PDF of this map, visit my blog.