I’ve always been fascinated at the way cartography intersects art and science. So while, I developed lab curriculum on Mapbox Studio and CartoCSS for an advanced cartographic design course at UW-Madison, I wanted to test that intersection. I made a tileset is based off the work of Roy Lichtenstein, a famous pop art artist who is known for his bright primary colors, ben-day dots, and capturing a burgeoning youth culture. This was featured on the Atlantic’s City Lab blog and the Independent’s i100 blog.
View the Lichtenstein tileset in its full glory.
Or read my series of blogs on making tilesets here.← back to portfolio