Favorite Maps of 2021
January 12, 2022 3:31 AM   Subscribe

Over on Cartoblography, Kenneth Field has published his annual look at his favorite maps from the past year. His list includes Stamen 2020 Headquarters by Catalina Plé, 500,000 lives lost by NBC News, Population change by US state since 2010 by Adrian Blanco and Tim Meko at The Washington Post, Global Glacier Loss by Niko Kommenda, San Marino Bus Map by Jug Cerovic, It’s Coming Home by Dan, Algonquin Canoe Trip by Warren Davison, Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony Drone Globe, Atlas of the Invisible by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti, St. Vincent Island by Aaron Koelker, Arctic Warming by Greg Fiske, The Lost Treasures of Isla del Coco by Jakob Listabarth, and Murky Waters by Andrew Douglas Clifford.
posted by NotMyselfRightNow (6 comments total) 32 users marked this as a favorite
 
Ahhhhh so many cool maps!
posted by Wretch729 at 6:00 AM on January 12


I can't wait to dig into these. Thanks for posting this @NotMyselfRightNow. I was not aware of that blog - slainte/cheers to you!
posted by drowsy at 6:35 AM on January 12


You’ve found me my impossible-to-buy-for, map-loving father’s birthday present in “Atlas of the Invisible.”Thanks!
posted by BuddhaInABucket at 6:37 AM on January 12


If you like Kenneth Field talking about maps, you may be interested in a talk he gave at this year's annual meeting of the North American Cartographic Information Society on a super cool giant wood and screws election map he made.
posted by everybody had matching towels at 7:43 AM on January 12 [2 favorites]


The WaPo and NYT actually have really good cartographers/graphics people.
posted by Oh_Bobloblaw at 8:19 AM on January 12 [1 favorite]


You might also be interested in the Atlas of Design, "a gallery of beautiful and inspiring maps from around the world".
posted by NotLost at 6:57 PM on January 12 [1 favorite]


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