Oct 02 2017

Between Stations

published by Jonathan Crowe
in blog The Map Room
original entryBetween Stations

art cities transit

In Nicholas Rougeux’s latest project, Between Stations, subway maps “were broken down into the segments between each station and rearranged to fill a common simple shape: a circle. Each diagram shows every segment in a subway system while maintaining geographic orientation (no segments were rotated).” The project page is full of hypnotic animations in which … Continue reading "Between Stations"

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