An excellent map by pavelzuk over on deviantart, this delightlfully-stylized map is a fun and intuitive way of showing the large cities and towns within Lithuania today. Hello, everyone! Now that this community has hit 88 members, I thought it'd be fun to have a little question people here can answer. So, what sort of cartography is your favorite? Alternate history? Fantasy? Stellar? Real life? Demographic? Or something e... A Japanese-made map depicting the Second World War as it was going on. Some things to note about the map are that the official name for Japan at the time was 大日本帝国 (Dai nippon teikoku) or the "Great Japanese Empire" if anyone is confused and that the nam... An alternate history map from artist Blomma exploring the idea of a much-expanded Soviet Union. Really like the style in this one, in which he managed to get a digital map to look like, imo, a map straight from a book. His own explanation: Well, the title... Methodology was interesting. For all the variants of world maps I've seen, the first version fixed into my imagination as a child (and possibly printed on hundreds of things I used growing up) is still difficult to shake! Hello! My name is Logan and I'm a senior Geography major! I was wondering if anybody in here is a GIS analyst/specialist and has any advice for a soon-to-be-graduating GIS person? I've always loved the visitor maps you get when you visit a national park. I've got little stashes of them tucked into the seat back pockets of my car and hidden away in closets. I can never bring myself to toss the maps when I get home from a trip.