Lost Worlds (poster map)

I just completed a new poster map for a Kickstarter project. This time I wanted to shown my passion for ancient maps, lost continents, phantom islands and, of course, mythical creatures. Thank you all for your support!

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An imaginary inland sea in Australia

Alan Day narrates in his book The A to Z of the Discovery and Exploration of Australia the following about a curious map of Australia dating from the early 19th century: The Friend of Australia [is a book] attributed to a Retired...

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Gall-Peters projection

The Peters projection (named after Arno Peters), also called the Gall-Peters projection, is a cartographic projection that was first described in 1855 by James Gall. This projection is equivalent, that is to say, it preserves the...

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Disputed areas layer

Although most national borders have maintained their traditional form for a long time, political crises and armed conflicts have shaped various areas in which disputed territories are still located today. When we design maps in...

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Detailed vector map of Europe

The full edition of Maptorian now contains new maps from all continents. Among those maps, of course, a very detailed vector map of Europe (Miller projection) has been added. THIS MAP IS PART OF THE MAPTORIAN FULL EDITION In the...

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