I originally designed this map as Christmas present but the underlaying data was eventually used for research purposes. The map contains all the valuable natural areas of Finland, combining datasets from Finnish environmental agencies and open geo data.
Original map artworks co-produced with Jesus Lòpez Baeza and an extensive interview was just published on the meticulously printed spreads of Market Cafe Mag:
As individuals we collect emotions and experiences that are strongly related to time and space, shaping what we call urban metaMorphology, the invisible forms of the city. This is what we want to explore, borrowing methods from cultural analytics and digital anthropology to map the digital traces left by people – giving the rise to the collective form of the city. We use data to map perception and reactions, how people use the city and how they interact with it in space and time.
More on the second issues Market Café Magazine.
Combining art and science to visualise Talsinki, the Tallinn-Helsinki twin city region, for “Parallel Cities” by Jörn Frenzel and Regina Viljasaar.