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vintage anatomy

I love this for a tattoo. I love anatomy, and it has always been my favorite part of science ever since I was in elementary school. I don't know what it is about the human body that impresses me so much. I love the anatomy

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This has always been on my to-do list: to make a city grid map. But to have it in color? ---------- AUTONE - Urban planner who makes his maps look like art pieces

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paxmachina: “ Portraits Drawn on Maps by Ed Fairburn Photo: Ink on a 1973 road map of Germany Photo Ink on a street map of Cambridge Artist Ed Fairburn utilizes the chaotic patchwork of roads,.

Most people see Paris as the romantic, traditional France experience. French designer Antoine Corbineau sees his city in a different light - in all its vibrancy and magical beauty.

An Awesome Neon Map Of Paris

illustrated map of Paris with lots of geometric shapes used. - Neon Map of Paris

This one is the opposite: the central image includes a map!

Paper Collage Art Print Penguin Art Antarctica Map Art Arctic Iceberg, via Etsy.

Hand map

Know your town (like the back of your hand) by johnefrench, I like the simple black and white line drawing, and the quirky shape of the map makes it a strong but effective piece which has been ordinarily created

I absolutely love this concept lol   An 1830s Depiction Of What's Inside A Woman's Heart - BuzzFeed Mobile

An 1830s Depiction Of What's Inside A Woman's Heart

An unflattering map of a Victorian woman's heart. “The Open Country of Woman’s Heart: Exhibiting its internal communications, and the facilities and dangers to Travellers therein” (D. Kellogg & Co. of Hartford, Connecticut,

Illustrated map of London by Livi Gosling (via Etsy).

London Illustrated Map - British Art Print - City Map Poster

Cartography portrait by Ed Fairburn

Is this what Mother Earth looks like?Artist Ed Fairburn does awesome things with maps. The top two images are from his North America Series. They’re pencil drawings on climate charts of North America.