Get Lost with the James Bridle 'Rorschmap'

By: Marie C. Hudson - Published: • References: booktwo.org & brandflakesforbreakfast
If you seek creative inspiration, need a short break from work or just want to spend a few hours playing with a cool gadget, check out the new James Bridle 'Rorschmap' online. Using images from Google Maps, the freelance artist created an interactive kaleidoscopic view of the Earth, available to explore in both the Roadmap and Satellite settings. The map won't help you find your way to the nearest gas station, but it will provide a great source of artistic inspiration. The images are otherworldly and completely psychedelic, transforming familiar urban locations into unrecognizable shapes and patterns. London, New York City and Toronto all become kaleidoscopic never-ending mazes of blue and green.

The James Bridle Rorschmap shows how something as basic and familiar as a map can quickly turn into a work of art. The trippy imagery will provide you with hours of entertainment and endless possibilities of shapes and designs to explore. Stats for Kaleidoscopic Earth Views Trending: Older & Chilly
Traction: 697 clicks in 164 w
Interest: 3.9 minutes
Concept: James Bridle Rorschmap
Related: 40 examples / 31 photos
Segment: Neutral, 35-55+
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