The Hand Drawn Map Association
Colecciones de mapas realizados a mano.
Here to There: A Curious Collection from the Hand Drawn Map Association
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press (September 1, 2010)
Autor: Kris Harzinski runs a graphic design studio called Free Design in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography
Hardcover: 256 pages
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press; 26,5 cm x 23,5 cm edition (September 23, 2009)
Autora: Katharine Harmon
Terms and Conditions
Our goal at the HDMA is to share our collection of maps with the widest audience possible. To this end, by submitting work to the HDMA you grant us permission to use your sumbmission as indicated below. You still have the right to use your material in any way you see fit, you are simply allowing us to publish the work here and to share it in other ways such as exhibitions, publicity, and other publications in the future.
When you submit maps or other images or information to the HDMA, you are giving us a perpetual, royalty-free license (that is, «permission») to use, reproduce, publish, and otherwise exercise intellectual property rights (including copyright and rights of publicity) with respect to your submission, including storing it electronically and using or incorporating it in other works and in any media now known or later developed, including without limitation, in published books and public exhibitions. You also agree that we can use your submission at our discretion, including cropping, tinting, or otherwise altering it for our uses, and we can share it with the public through different methods. Finally, since this is a public project, you agree not to hold the HDMA or any of its members or agents responsible for any uses the HDMA or anyone else may make of your submission. If you have any concerns about sharing the information contained in your submission with the public, you should not submit it to the HDMA.