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Monochrome Apparel: Put a Map on It

 |  |  |  |  December 7, 2014


What would the state of the world be without maps? A good half of the population would be lost or going around in circles without them. Putting maps on clothes won’t exactly help you find your way, but they do make for some eye-popping fashions. This is what data visualizer Rachel Binx is offering with Monochrome, her new clothing line.

Monochome Apparel

The offerings are currently limited, with only four articles of clothing available: T-shirts, tank tops, pencil skirts, and flare skirts. With each one, you have the option to customize the design with whatever map you want.

Just pick out the location of your choice – any place will do, as long as it’s covered by OpenStreetMap. After that, choose the map scale and design scheme, and you’re done.

Monochome Apparel1

You can check out Monochrome’s offerings here.

[via Laughing Squid]



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