July 30, 2011 10:37 AM Subscribe
Rorschmap slices and reflects images from Google Maps, creating kaleidoscopic cartography.
Rorschmap is cartographic navel-gazing, a reframing of the map. It will not help you find anything. We are bored with your squares and your margins. We want new shapes and new dimensions, the unicode snowmen of visual representation. … Rorschmap should work on most modern browsers. Safari and Chrome are better than Firefox. I don’t know about Windows machines. It is optimised for iPad, and looks rather good there.Canberra, Australia
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