Buckminster Fuller’s “Dymaxion Map” turns many of our assumptions about world maps on end, for considerable benefit; landmasses experience the least distortion of any projection, and are almost entirely contiguous. Furthermore, it folds into a perfect icosahedron, for viewing in the round.
The boldness and sensibility that were stifled by convention in cartography are released here, with a long, thoughtful creative process, fueled by a life of practicality.
either i broke google maps or they introduced a no-fucks-given setting
It’s called Parkcore.
One of the families I babysit has a huge map in their basement with pins of all the places they’ve been. I want to do the same.
My grandmother used to have a drawer in her kitchen full of champagne and wine corks. My cousin says I should strive to do the same.
BLOWJOBS IN THE DUNGEON
is it just me or… at the outer feet moving… with pleasure….?
Well, it is a school filled with horny teenagers.