19th Century cartography meets 21st Century creativity in this stunning handdrawn collection of maps. From the sprawling Map of the Internet, to the moderately sized Map of Paranormal Activity, down to the mini Map of Heavy Metal Bands per 100,000 - you will be absorbed into this atlas of everything. Stunning large format atlas, fully illustrated, with a pull out poster of the Map of Stereotypes.
Martin Vargic is an amateur graphic designer from Slovakia who rose to international fame in late January 2014, when his work 'Map of the Internet 1.0' went viral, generating hundreds of thousands of hits and Facebook shares. His first book, Vargic's Miscellany of Curious Maps, pulled together more than 1,800 clichés and pop culture references into a series of maps based on stereotypical views of the world. It too received immediate media attention, and was prominently featured on a multitude of sites such as Slate, Huffington Post, Radio Times and many others.