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Mapping The un-mappable My Self Initiated project was in response to my Thesis, though not directly related. The topic of my Thesis was crime mapping, the mapping out of crime data in a geographical location. My SIP is about map making (cartography) and the theory of abstraction. “Maps are instinctively understood by a large proportion of the population - they portray physical constructs, human society, narrative complexities and other such subjects,” (Mapping London: Making sense of the city, Simon Foxwell) I wanted to explore mapping out non physical things i.e. locations, ideas, thoughts, theories and see how I could push the boundaries of maps as a medium. I chose to explore faith an religion as my content as it gave me boundless information to work with and I could work with non physical ideas, concept and theories that had social standing in todays societies. I produced a collection of printed material for my final outcome that I had produced over the course of my project. The work ranges from an introductory map to a reflective journal showing methodology and early sketches to fold out cartograms. ﷯ Editorial Information Design Cartography Research Abstractioin
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Mapping The un-mappable My Self Initiated project was in response to my Thesis, though not directly related. The topic of my Thesis was crime mapping, the mapping out of crime data in a geographical location. My SIP is about map making (cartography) and the theory of abstraction. “Maps are instinctively understood by a large proportion of the population - they portray physical constructs, human society, narrative complexities and other such subjects,” (Mapping London: Making sense of the city, Simon Foxwell) I wanted to explore mapping out non physical things i.e. locations, ideas, thoughts, theories and see how I could push the boundaries of maps as a medium. I chose to explore faith an religion as my content as it gave me boundless information to work with and I could work with non physical ideas, concept and theories that had social standing in todays societies. I produced a collection of printed material for my final outcome that I had produced over the course of my project. The work ranges from an introductory map to a reflective journal showing methodology and early sketches to fold out cartograms. ﷯ Editorial Information Design Cartography Research Abstractioin
Mapping The un-mappable My Self Initiated project was in response to my Thesis, though not directly related. The topic of my Thesis was crime mapping, the mapping out of crime data in a geographical location. My SIP is about map making (cartography) and the theory of abstraction. “Maps are instinctively understood by a large proportion of the population - they portray physical constructs, human society, narrative complexities and other such subjects,” (Mapping London: Making sense of the city, Simon Foxwell) I wanted to explore mapping out non physical things i.e. locations, ideas, thoughts, theories and see how I could push the boundaries of maps as a medium. I chose to explore faith an religion as my content as it gave me boundless information to work with and I could work with non physical ideas, concept and theories that had social standing in todays societies. I produced a collection of printed material for my final outcome that I had produced over the course of my project. The work ranges from an introductory map to a reflective journal showing methodology and early sketches to fold out cartograms. ﷯ Editorial Information Design Cartography Research Abstractioin
Mapping The un-mappable My Self Initiated project was in response to my Thesis, though not directly related. The topic of my Thesis was crime mapping, the mapping out of crime data in a geographical location. My SIP is about map making (cartography) and the theory of abstraction. “Maps are instinctively understood by a large proportion of the population - they portray physical constructs, human society, narrative complexities and other such subjects,” (Mapping London: Making sense of the city, Simon Foxwell) I wanted to explore mapping out non physical things i.e. locations, ideas, thoughts, theories and see how I could push the boundaries of maps as a medium. I chose to explore faith an religion as my content as it gave me boundless information to work with and I could work with non physical ideas, concept and theories that had social standing in todays societies. I produced a collection of printed material for my final outcome that I had produced over the course of my project. The work ranges from an introductory map to a reflective journal showing methodology and early sketches to fold out cartograms. ﷯ Editorial Information Design Cartography Research Abstractioin
Mapping The un-mappable My Self Initiated project was in response to my Thesis, though not directly related. The topic of my Thesis was crime mapping, the mapping out of crime data in a geographical location. My SIP is about map making (cartography) and the theory of abstraction. “Maps are instinctively understood by a large proportion of the population - they portray physical constructs, human society, narrative complexities and other such subjects,” (Mapping London: Making sense of the city, Simon Foxwell) I wanted to explore mapping out non physical things i.e. locations, ideas, thoughts, theories and see how I could push the boundaries of maps as a medium. I chose to explore faith an religion as my content as it gave me boundless information to work with and I could work with non physical ideas, concept and theories that had social standing in todays societies. I produced a collection of printed material for my final outcome that I had produced over the course of my project. The work ranges from an introductory map to a reflective journal showing methodology and early sketches to fold out cartograms. ﷯ Editorial Information Design Cartography Research Abstractioin