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The 'Geography of Lost' Chart Outlines Fabricated On-Screen Locations

 - Jun 12, 2012
References: imagekind & uncrate
The 'Geography of LOST' map by cartographer Jonah Adkins charts the fictional landscape of the television drama series Lost. Many have become enamored with the show's detailed plot, sandy backdrops and dreamy characters, putting together the classic mixture needed required of a successful on-screen program.

The best aspect of the Geography of LOST is its incredibly detailed nature. Spots like 'The Pearl' and 'The Orchid' are pinpointed here alongside a north, south, east and west compass. Though the spots are of the production team's imagination, Adkins has made them look entirely realistic here with specific attention to scale and proximity. This direction in artwork suggests an affinity between the broadcast and designer realms with one imitating the other in a rather beautiful manner.