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Mapping Memories…

Since yesterday’s post, I’ve been amazed at the diversity of what might be called ‘artist’s maps’ that are being created as people explore their world.

Here are a few examples that caught my eye:

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A tiny detail of a huge drawing of London…

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A hand-drawn map of the route of the Lost River ‘Fleet’ erased across a modern street map…

 

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London as a grid of colour…

 

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A different approach, the snippets of text adding a new dimesnion to the map…

 

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The tube system superimposed over a  much earlier map of London…

 

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Atlas weaving…

Oh, and these are a couple of sketchbook ideas of a possible map of my Water Road…

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Thinking about ‘layers’ of meaning…

 

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Perhaps moving towards too graphic an approach…

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