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Everday objects in a college student's bedroom abstractly expressed through patterns, from Dust Bunny corner to Counting Sheep Mattress. Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Eric Bubas; College: Tyler School of Art, Temple University
I chose to create a map from my personal experience of running in Philadelphia. I targeted the most popular and eye-catching places and environments to run through! It was such a fun time creating this map and I hope it inspires people in the Philadelphia area to try out these great trails! Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Cyrena McIlvee; Institution: Tyler School of Art, Temple University
This map uses an aerial view of Chicago to capture as much of the architecture in the Loop and around Grant Park as possible. Over 250 buildings, streets, sculptures, parks and landmarks are represented in this illustration.
The south slope of Coquitlam was populated in the early 1900s by French Canadian mill workers, on unceded First Nations land. Many street names in the neighbourhood reflect the vibrant Francophone community that grew around Fraser Mills which closed in 2001. "Festival du Bois" is an annual local celebration of Maillardville's heritage.
Aurora, Illinois has the distinction of being the first city in the United States to install electric streetlights in 1881 and is also home to the most excellent Wayne and Garth. But as anyone with young children at home knows, none of that stuff matters much to them. Instead, I created this map of my hometown from my kids' point of view and included all their important landmarks: ice cream, giant dogs, construction equipment, cows, corn dogs, eagles/seagulls (to anyone under 5, they're the same thing), helicopters, chickens, and most importantly, playgrounds.