After stumbling across this map on Pinterest, the history major in me couldn’t help but be thoroughly impressed with the multidimensional set of data it captured. “The Histomap,” — created by cartographer John Sparks in 1931 — captures the history of major nations and empires over time, relative to the global power they contained.
Maps give you insight to something. We use maps for directions, but we also use them for storytelling, to explain an entire picture or circumstance, and for instruction. Continue reading A Mapping Perspective