Note: No, it's not a Moby Dick/Cthulhu lovechild (although I've heard those do exist!), it's a visual history of science fiction. Click HERE to see the thing in full-res and get your history lesson on.
This is the visual history of science fiction as created by Ward Shelly (no relation to Mary Shelley). It's kind of complicated to look at, but there's definitely something for everyone to take away from it. For me it was a headache. But who knows -- maybe you'll develop an eye-twitch!
Place & Spaces 'Mapping Science' Contest
The History of Science Fiction [wired]
Thanks to Ryan, who sent me his own visual history of Geekologie. Ryan, this is a maze cut out of a Happy Meal Box *examining* THAT YOU BROKE LINES TO FINISH.
Adam didn't name them all?
Note: I don't care if you can spot a nickel from across the street, there's no way you can read this. Click HERE to see the whole map in it's full-res glory and getcha learn on.
This is a map showing the origin/meaning of all countries' names. H... / Continue →
I know it's hard to tell from the picture, but the full model is actually over 7-feet long (for comparison, my penis is only two-and-a-half). That's a big ship. The 135-pound replica was built by LEGOmaniac Adrian Drake over 475-hours spanning 21-months and using nearly 70,00... / Continue →
Don't even pretend like you have hawk Sauron eyes and can read that, click HERE to see the whole thing in its high-res One Ring worthy glory.
This is a visualization of the main characters' movements (NOT BOWEL) and battles throughout the Lord of the Rings trilogy as created... / Continue →