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Fall weather (in the northern hemisphere). Back to school. Pumpkin spice lattes. Spooky movies and Halloween candy. What other traditions can you count on happening each September? You guessed it! We’re pleased to announce that there will be a 2023 GeoHipster Calendar, and we’re opining up the call for maps today. Mike and Randy will … Continue reading Call for Maps: 2023 GeoHipster Calendar
Q: Tell us about yourself: A: I am a cartographer working for Woodwell Climate Research Center. I came to GIS from a very humanities-focused background, with a history degree and even brief training as an archeologist. I have dabbled in a lot of things over my brief professional career – including a few gigs as … Continue reading Maps and Mappers of the 2022 calendar: Carl Churchill, Back Cover
Daniel Rotsztain is the Urban Geographer, an artist, writer and cartographer whose work examines our relationship to the places we inhabit. The author and illustrator of All the Libraries Toronto and A Colourful History Toronto, Daniel’s work has also been featured in the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, and a regular column on CBC Radio’s Here and Now. As a frequent patron of libraries, … Continue reading Daniel Rotsztain to Geohipster: “The pandemic made us all urban geographers”
Q: Tell us about yourself: A: I work at Ordnance Survey which is Great Britain’s national mapping agency, as a Technical Relationship Consultant specialising in GeoDataViz. My 9-5 essentially involves using geospatial data to make maps and visuals for all sorts of things, from national park anniversaries, to big sporting events, and supporting the public … Continue reading Maps and Mappers of the 2022 calendar: Jessica Baker, July