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'Film Map' Plots the Landscape of the Movie Nerd Brain


Though, typically, an intricate yet completely ineffectual map of fake locales should be regarded as the product of mental illness, make an exception for Film Map, a new design the cartographers at Dorothy made by plotting over 900 location-sounding movie titles around a made-up landscape. See the full thing and some more details below, and pick up a print here if you want it on a wall and can forgive that "Street Fighter" is a street name.





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  • June 11, 2012
    Look out, fans of film and and the ISO basic Latin alphabet: Illustrator Steven Wildish had added some new entries to his continuing series of illustrated film alphabets. While previously-seen posters organized the film alphabets by decade, the latest two focus on genres, prese... / Continue →
  • February 28, 2012
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