The Atlases

Guerrilla Cartography crowdsources maps on a theme and compiles them into atlases. 

water

Water: An Atlas is the latest collaborative atlas project by Guerrilla Cartography. This atlas continues the collaborative spirit and narrative range originally brought to life in our first atlas, Food: An Atlas. Water, like food, is required to sustain human life—and so it is a natural choice for our second published project. In its pages you an explore how humans interface with water: controlling, politicizing, commodifying, and polluting it; how water is a harbinger of climate change and how water inspires our imagination and exploration.

Water: An Atlas is printed and bound in full color, and all proceeds benefit Guerrilla Cartography, a registered nonprofit corporation. Buy your copy today in softcover or hardcover by clicking here for domestic sales. For international sales, please contact us.

Download Water: An Atlas as a 101.9 MB PDF licensed under Creative Commons. Use and reuse the maps to inspire others with cartography. The atlas was published in December, 2017.

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Food: An Atlas is a crowdsourced project of guerrilla cartography and publishing. The atlas endeavors to map food in its myriad contexts and conditions at many scales of research and geography. Scores of cartographers and food researchers just traditional cartography, poster art, infographics, and journalistic text-blocking to render the map as a narrative device in the spirit of knowledge-caching and -sharing.

Food: An Atlas is in its second printing and web sales have resumed! After selling out of the initial 1,600 unit print run and in response to requests, we have arranged for another printing.

Food: An Atlas is printed and bound in full color, and all proceeds benefit Guerrilla Cartography, a registered nonprofit corporation. Buy your copy today by clicking here for domestic sales. For international sales, please contact us.

Download Food: An Atlas as an 84.5 MB PDF licensed under Creative Commons. Use and reuse the maps to inspire others with cartography. The atlas was published in January, 2013.