Cut Off at the Waist

May 13, 2010 § Leave a comment

These Are Things (namely, Jen Adrion and Omar Noory) has gorgeous, modern geographical posters:

 

United States map

These Are Things

World map in black

These Are Things

The dark world map, especially, is very very neat!

 

Map of Europe

These Are Things

Clearly Jen and Omar are extremely talented individuals. I don’t usually care for the modern style, but these posters made me reconsider my attitude.

But why are the Nordic countries cut off at the waist?

Found via design*sponge.

(Note: I do not not publish sponsored content, or accept gifts or discounts to write about products. Blog posts are based on my personal opinion.)

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