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Maps can be directly used to invoke thought on social and environmental issues.
Here is a clever example.

Anyone else have good examples to share?

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this work provokes thought:


as does this site:


and this one:


I'm sure that all of the above can be found in Cartotalk archives somewhere, with countless other examples. honestly though, there are so many amazing examples out there that i could spend all day making a list. if anyone can give me a billing code to do this, i would love to!

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