Week Locals and Tourists in London. Notice how there is density of the tourists (red) in the center and how even the locals are thinly spread outwards.
Eric Fischer: Locals and Tourists. Uses geotagging data from photo-sharing websites to visualize the different areas frequented by locals and tourists in various cities
Locals and Tourists #1 (GTWA #2): London by Eric Fischer, via Flickr
Locals and Tourists #1 (GTWA #2): London
Locals and Tourists by Eric Fischer Maps of London and New York based on the number of photographs taken by people. Blue points are pictures taken by locals, red points are by tourists, and yellow points are indeterminate.
The Geotaggers& World Atlas is an interesting series of images by Eric Fischer that shows city maps overlaid with points indicating that a photograph was t
The beautiful maps in photographer Eric Fischer's The Geotaggers' World Atlas series reveal where people are taking pictures in cities around the world. Each city is ranked based on the density of photographs taken around its center.
Urban Cartography – re:form – Medium
Eric Fischer’s data visualization projects illustrate different global trends: social media usage, taxi trips, and tourist locations around the world, among others.
The Geotaggers' World Atlas #4: San Francisco | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Emily Badger (2013). Mapping the ‘Time Boundaries’ of a City [Online Image]. Retrieved January 29, 2017 from http://doctorcrowd.tumblr.com/post/150687115392/metropolitanatlas-milano-daytime-weekend
Urban Growth Strategy by Lekan Jeyifo. This man's work is spectacular.
Patternbank were drawn to these amazing abstracted architectural drawings from Lekan Jeyifous’ ‘Settlement and City Strategies’ series. Though outputted di
Settlements and City Strategies These works were exhibited at Skoto Gallery in New York and Blanc Gallery in Chicago: The series contains abstracted planimetric drawings and eerily-serene cityscapes that suggest the changing contours of urban.
Why do i find maps so pretty? Settlements and City Strategies