accidentally, a World Map

Today’s post was inspired by Frank Jacobs’ post on accidental cartography¬†here.

I was reading through the article, and quickly found myself checking the article’s images against world maps and comparing the similarities. So I did what any person with image-processing software installed on his laptop would do: I combined the images into a world map. Continue reading


music venues heatmap visualisation

The first term of my studies at CASA is coming to an end, and I have to say that only now I am starting to fully enjoy the time spent studying here. The reason for this late appreciation is that only now I have managed to finally put to use the skills acquired during the first term. And what I mean by ‘put to use’ is on something that is not a course assignment, and is more a personal project. The result is a map of music venues located in and around central London.

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