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Podcast: Looking for that Unique Christmas Gift for the Cartophile? Try Axis Maps’ Typographic Map

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Monday, December 12th 2011


Looking for that unique Christmas gift for the cartophile? In this interview with Ben Sheesley, one of the founders of Chicago-based Axis Maps, a mapping and geospatial tech company, he discusses letterpress, a manual printing technique that as it says on the Axis Maps website, hasn't changed since the days of the Gutenberg press.  See these images of Washington D.C. and Chicago are good examples.


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