August 12, 2013 AT 3:00 am

Google Maps as Color Patterns by Kim Asendorf


Via traingulationblog.com:

Kim Asendorf just launched MAPS a beautiful new project where maps are translated into abstract colorful compositions. There isn’t text indications either, just some random functions such as zoom, position and colors, which are applied every time the user refreshes the page to get different results. It has been created using Google Maps technology. Kim used the same way for the URL of the project that Google does, like maps.kimasendor.com a detail I really liked. Explore it by yourself, it can get more abstract the deeper you go.

Try it for yourself here.

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