1.28.2013

IMAGINARY CARTOGRAPHY BY EMILY GARFIELD

Emily Garfield's Imaginary Cartography prints "are inspired by the visual language of maps, as well as the fractal similarity that cities share with biological processes such as the patterns of cells and neuron." She combines watercolor paint and pen to create fictitious maps that look like everywhere and nowhere all at once. Prints are available for purchase via her Etsy shop.
(images via Emily Garfield)