Cartographics color the way we see the world when we get there.

A bit of in-progress work for a travel project— a bit of an arts and culture map via watercolor. I find it sweet and endearing. But then I would; I've been working on it for two weeks, and have become rather attached. Can't explain it in full, as it's for a small audience, but I… Continue reading Cartographics color the way we see the world when we get there.

Cartography of Amsterdam West

This map, which I designed / illustrated for Pendergast in Amsterdam, went live on their website a week or two ago. I worked with them to articulate entryways to the neighborhood, highlighting routes for cyclists, cars and public transport. In the midst of designing, I traveled to Amsterdam. We held meetings. I went to the restaurant a… Continue reading Cartography of Amsterdam West

Cartography of the subconscious

When I woke I discovered my heart cast shadows longer than dreams in places where we moved as children, cured of fear, and never looked back. Sometimes when I wake I write down my dreams, or the bits I can remember. If I wake with the territory intact, I map it. The drawings are invariably simple, as… Continue reading Cartography of the subconscious

“Work Island” and the Mythologicals have been added to Etsy

For any Brooklynites out there who feel an occasional pang of disdain toward that slender, sometimes tiresome island across the river, this one's for you; it's a gicleé print on 8" x 10"— ready to go into a frame immediately. I've also reprised my darling, dear, disaffected Mythologicals series from 2005  into 8" x 10" prints, and… Continue reading “Work Island” and the Mythologicals have been added to Etsy

Risk-y adventures in time

A few months ago I received an email missive from one Bart, "an amateur mapmaker in an online Risk game, Landgrab.net." He explained, “You can create your own maps and upload them to the site and play there against other players.” Said he’d found Calendria online while searching for maps to get ideas for games;… Continue reading Risk-y adventures in time

Thanks to Strange Maps!

For this lovely post about Calendria. Many copies still available through Etsy.

dream of the boat-dwellers

There were four of us in a pickup truck; two were visitors. We were across a gulf of water from where we needed to be, but were heading back to the other side soon. We decided to stop along the water’s edge to see the view before crossing– the sun was hitting the mountains and… Continue reading dream of the boat-dwellers

Calendria on FPO!

Thanks to the folks over at "Under Consideration" for featuring the calendar-map on their design blog, For Print Only (FPO). Exciting! An excerpt: "With one side featuring the intricate and finely detailed map, and the other a subtle and muted calendar peppered with old-style characteristics, this piece should keep your discovery level high as you… Continue reading Calendria on FPO!

from the Week of December 3, 2009

A graph paper map of the town in Lili Spooner. I'm just going to set this particular Breszny 'scope down here on my tablet of endless what-not so it may serve as a reminder to me in the coming year, the year 2010– time to start building a masterpiece. Big shiny egos with flashy tricks… Continue reading from the Week of December 3, 2009

On kharzinski’s posterous!

Calendria 2010 makes another blog appearance. Thanks!