I adore these map-print buttons from Elizabeth Estes’ Etsy shop Buttons and Badges. I’m not entirely sure what to do with them, but I know I want every last one.
(image via Elizabeth Estes)
(images via Drool’d)
I was completely in awe when I saw this vintage National Geographic Magazine map. The folks over at Sit and Read picked up this gem at an estate sale. The map belonged to Jorma Hyypia and chronicled his travels around the United States between 1947-1968 with color-coded pins. The man’s travels are surely inspirational.
(found via unruly.things / images via sit and read)
So many great map inspired items in Emily Henderson’s HGTV holiday special. HGTV isn’t aired here in Korea, but I stumbled on Henderson’s blog post detailing the program. She gives a brief tutorial for these fabulous globe snowmen. We still don’t have snow here in Seoul, but these little guys make me sort of ok with that.
(found via Black*Eiffel / Photos via Emily Henderson)
Kyle and Courtney Harmon have a great thing going with their Etsy shop I Screen You Screen. My favorite piece is their
Unofficial Pop-Culture Map of New York City. This comprehensive guide to the city’s most famous real and fictional sights includes locations like Central Perk from Friends and the Ninja Turtles Headquarters.
(Photos via I Screen You Screen)