Imaginative maps and References

Above is a printed board game called “New Game of Hymen”. The game consists of 90 squares arranged in a rectangular circle, with the rules in the centre. Many squares simply have text inside, several have scenes of little putti representing Love and other allegorical and mythological figures showing different aspects of Love.e

This map maps the importance of the city of Jerusalem, but more importantly places its significance in the histories of the number twelve, centering on the city itself and the twelve tribes of Iraeli, and then branching out in more creative listable ways.

I quite like the strange perspective plan view here, definitely allows for entry into the map.


This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.