National Geographic’s Most Memorable Maps and Graphics of 2018
National Geographic is known for having great quality maps, art, and photos, so here are the most memorable from 2018.
National Geographic’s cartographers and graphic editors created more than 70 maps and graphics for the magazine this year. Already on deadline for 2019’s stories, they took a moment to choose 10 works from 2018 that stand out for their originality, deep research, and range.
Before they’re translated to print and pixels, the renderings are often first sketched by hand and in some cases even sculpted from clay or wood.
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