Update: our 2022 Calendar is now available for just USD 15.99! Go get your copy now to get it in time for the holidays!
Our 2022 calendar features maps from:
- Jonathan King (January)
- Lika Zhvania (February)
- Helen McKenzie (March)
- Dan Fourquet (April)
- Kate Berg (May)
- Samara Ebinger (June)
- Jessica Baker (July)
- Kristen Orr (August)
- Corwan Groux (September)
- Tom Armitage (October)
- Shannon Gonzales (November)
- Danae Kontou (December)
- Carl Churchill (Back Cover)
- Inge van Daelen (Cover)
And, because we like to keep our page history (and prep you for next year), below is the call for maps that started us off this year.
We’re excited to issue the call for maps for contributions for the 2022 GeoHipster calendar. Entries are subject to these rules, and guidelines for entry are listed below.
So, send us your maps!
- Please note that we may opt to place a semi-transparent box containing author information (Name and/or handle), the GeoHipster logo, and, potentially, a calendar sponsor logo. Please consider this, as well as about 1/4″ for bleed and 1/2″ for margins in your map design. If you have a preference as to which corner the box should be placed in, please note that at the time of submission .It should be a map (images please, they’ll be printed after all), hi-res JPG or PNG, landscape orientation, 8 inches × 10.5 inches (20.32 cm × 26.67 cm) or proportional. See the sample below.
- While we want your map to be understood, past experience has taught us that lots of detailed explanatory text may not scale well and may be difficult to read when printed in the calendar. Please consider this in your design. We are more than happy to include any such information in the write-up about your map.
- It should be a map you made (potentially with colleagues). As such, your e-mail submission must include the following statement to be considered:
I hereby declare that this submission is my own work and to the best of my knowledge it contains no materials previously published or written by another person, except where due acknowledgement is made in the submission. Any contribution made to the submission by others is explicitly acknowledged. I also declare that the intellectual content of this submission is the product of my own work, except to the extent that assistance from others in the project’s design and conception or in style, presentation and linguistic expression is acknowledged.
- You should provide a couple of sentences (up to 75 words) on how it was made (tools, data, techniques, etc.).
- Email as attachment to email@example.com. Indicate how you would like to be credited. Twitter handle is the most popular, but we’ll use your choice as long as it’s similarly short.
- By submitting your work, you agree that GeoHipster has rights to use your work in printed materials (obviously) as well as any promotions, as outlined in the rules.
- It should be “hip”! (Define that however you will.)
- Submission deadline: 2021-10-22 T23:59:59+00:00
The GeoHipster advisory board will select the winning entries. Each of the 13-14 finalist contributors will receive a complimentary calendar. (The final number of maps chosen will depend on whether or not our calendar has a front and back cover.)
On the 1st of each month we will publish a mini-interview of that month’s map author, discussing the map in more detail, subject to the author’s availability and willingness to participate.