7 Ghost Towns Worth a Visit

Ghost Towns

When it comes to travel, usually the road less crowded is the best. Next time you get the itch to travel, why not skip the endless lines, long waits, and aggressive traffic, and visit someplace a little more laid back? How about way laid back?

Summertime is Over: Maps as Memories

Summertime is Over

As your thoughts start drifting toward packing away those summer clothes, don’t let summer stray too far from your thoughts. Keep those memories alive every now and then with a few guaranteed memory catchers.

5 Hidden Waterfront Campgrounds

5 Hidden Waterfront Campgrounds

Fond memories of childhood camping sticks with us and encourages us to give our families the same experience. Whether you are a couple or a family, these five hidden waterfront campgrounds will suit anyone looking for that adventurous and outdoorsy getaway for the final weeks of summer.

Awesome Maps: Mass Transit Map Art

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Whatever you utilize public transportation for, it’s clear that subway systems are more than just a way to get commuters from point A to point B. They’re the veins of the cities, bringing life to the various districts and areas that you love.

Awesome Map: Pangaea

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Today’s awesome map breaks down the continent of Pangaea into the countries and continents of our modern Earth. It is mind blowing to see how different the planet was 270 million years ago.

Map Art: Dog Map Collages

Dog Map Collages

There is a reason why they’re called man’s best friend. They’re lovable, loyal, adorable…the list goes on and on. If you’re a dog lover, this stunning collection of collages is right up your alley. They merge a love for pooches with a love of maps. It’s an unlikely marriage, but the result is breathtaking. Artist, Peter Clark arranges old maps and manuscripts … Read More

The Road to Map Nails

Map Nails

Are you getting bored with the same old weekly French manicure from the nail salon? Why not jazz up your manicure routine with some map nail art? It doesn’t require a microscopic paint brush or tiny precise fingers. In fact, it’s much easier than you would expect.

Gold Leaf Easter Egg Maps

Gold Leaf Easter Egg

Easter is just around the corner and we can’t help but share these clever gold leaf Easter egg globes by Sugar and Charm. Though these map eggs look difficult and time consuming, she assures they are not.

Natural Maps: Recreated Coral Reef Art

Reef Art

Map art at its finest. Connecticut-based artist Amy Eisenfeld Genser recently completed a new series of coral reefs that she painstakingly recreates using rolled bits of paper and acrylic paint. Ahead of her upcoming exhibition at the Architectural Digest Home Show, Genser sat down with All Things Paper for a brief interview.