These Ingrid Dabringer illustrations may look a little Picasso-like and malformed, but that's because they use existing maps to craft imaginative masterpieces. Every image found in this gallery is essentially a map that's been transformed to reveal humanoid figures, and the results are surprisingly fun and jovial.
My favorite of the bunch has got to be the one featuring the New York City subway map that's been painted over to reveal a guidoesque figure flexing his bicep and forearm.
Implications - With the advent of technology saving consumers time on activities, they can now allot more time for leisure. As a result, many of them have taken a new interest in the arts. Corporations looking to appeal to mass consumers may consider using fine art illustrations in their promotional campaigns.
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