The Washington, D.C. art world’s map-making capabilities are well-documented.
Artists and art museums alike use a variety of maps to map the art’s history, locations, and locations of patrons and artists.
Here are some of our favorites: 1.
The Art Institute of Chicago, map of art, 2015.
(AP) This map is a great source of context when planning your next event, and provides you with a visual representation of the different locations of art and art lovers.
The National Gallery of Art, map, 2015, featuring art, architecture, architecture history, art exhibitions, and the National Gallery Museum.
The Smithsonian Institute, map (Flickr/Pete Ritter) This visualization shows the different art collections of the Smithsonian Institution and how they have changed over time.
The New York Public Library, map showing the library’s collection of books and more, 2015 (Flickr: Librarian Joe).
New York City Public Library Map, 2015 collection (Flickr) Map of NYC art collection.
Map of the World, map with more than 300,000 streets, cities, and landmarks, 2014.
(Wikimedia Commons/John C. Smith) The map shows the world in its most recognizable colors, along with locations, streets, and more.
This map also includes information on the museums in the area.
Map showing the most recent additions to the World Heritage List, 2015(Wikipedia).
This map shows all of the most-visited sites in the world.
Map highlighting the world leaders at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, 2015.(Wikimedia) 9.
Map featuring world leaders from all countries, 2015 map (Wikicommons).
Map displaying the locations of the worlds top five artists, 2015 photo (Flickr): Paul Pfeiffer.
The World Health Organization’s world health information, 2015 and updated map (WHO).
Map comparing the top five countries in the World Health Report, 2015 with 2015 data.
The top 10 cities with the most active museums, 2015 in the U.S. (Photo by Joe Mancini/Wikimedia commons).
Map depicting the top 10 museums in New York (Flickr user) 15.
Map using the Google Earth image data, 2015 to show the best places to go for local tours, 2016 (Google Earth) 16.
Map shows how the world has changed over the past 50 years (Wikipedia).
The best places for local weddings and getaways, 2015 poster by artist Sarah Dyson.
The Best Places to Learn More about Your Local Town and City, map highlighting the top 20 cities and counties in the United States, 2015 list by The Economist.
A list of top 20 local restaurants, 2016 poster by Maddy F. Walker, creator of a great blog.
Map that shows the locations and destinations of the world and the most visited sites in each country, 2016 map by Makerspace.
Map covering the world for a global map, 2016 infographic by Atlas Obscura (Facebook).
The map of the city of Rome, Italy, 2015 by mapmakers and visual artist Giorgio Pascual-Leone (Flickr image).
The Map of Rome’s Top 20 Historic Towns, 2015 graphic by Map Maker by Mapmaker by MapMaker (Flickr, mapmakerspace).
The 10 Best Places for Traveling to Japan, 2015 brochure by Travel to Japan.
Map and interactive guide to the Top 20 Destinations in Europe, 2015 compiled by mapmaker David C. Levenson.
Map detailing the top 25 cities with most active art galleries, 2015 infographic by Mapmakerspace.
The Top 25 Places to Visit in the Middle East and North Africa, 2015 illustration by Map of World by Map Makerspaces.
Map outlining the top 50 cities in the Americas, 2015 Illustration by MapMakerspace (Facebook, Mapmakerspaces).
The U.K.’s top 5 museums, 2014 poster by David Mancuso (Wikipedia image).
Map showcasing the top 5 cultural attractions in India, 2015 illustration by artist Mandy K. Lander (Flickr photo).
The 5 Best Places in the Philippines, 2015 design by Mapmakerspace by MapofWorld.
The most visited cities in Asia, 2015 art poster by Map makerspace and mapmakers by Map (Flickr images).
Map by artist Joe Mascola, depicting the most popular destinations in the USA, 2016, design by mapmakerspaces by Map.
The world’s most beautiful art, 2016 art poster (Flickr / Pancha) 35.
Map for the Top 5 Most Influential Cities in the WORLD, 2015 illustrations by Map, by Mapmaking.
Map illustrating the top 15