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Soviet Yugoslavia according to Joy Reid : imaginarymaps

Soviet Yugoslavia according to Joy Reid : imaginarymaps

Federico Cortese   Codes   Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities inspiration

Federico Cortese - Codes - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities

Imaginary maps of nonexistent cities Federico Cortese mixed media drawings, oil and pencil on paper, 30 x 30 cm.

Federico Cortese   Codes   Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities inspiration

Federico Cortese - Codes - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities

biblipeacay: “ *CODES - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities* by Federico Cortese via ”

Activity: create a map of your imaginary world. I am in love with this post! So many details and examples in here.

Map Your Imagination

Surprising parent/child activity: create a map of your child's imaginary world. I am in love with this post! Or include elements from a camping adventure.

watercolor map sketches by Emily Garfield | via @nanych

I love the way this looks like a choropleth map. watercolor map sketches by Emily Garfield

These intricate "map" drawings are by British architect/ cartographer/ illustrator Nigel Peake.

Intricate "map" drawings are by British architect/ cartographer/ illustrator Nigel Peake.

1897 map of central London - Shoreditch and Bank

1897 map of central London - Shoreditch and Bank. One of the best SS projects my students and I did was to create imaginary towns. The students and I negotiated a rubric after studying our textbook, they set to work, and we all enjoyed their efforts!

Federico Cortese   Codes   Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities inspiration

Federico Cortese - Codes - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities

Imaginary maps of nonexistent cities by Frederico Cortese. Imaginary Cities are the cognitive maps of philosophers, dreamers, and the foundation of all great cities. For at some point, they all began as an architecture of the imagination.

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