Roads are everywhere. We travel them daily and rarely give them a second thought. They outline our neighborhoods and cities and sometimes define cultural boundaries. They're usually only visible on maps, covered by labels and accompanied by landmarks. I wanted to see what they look like on their own. Each city appears to have its own personality and sub-personalities based on patterns drawn by its roads. Whether or not these personalities coincide with its culture is something I leave to the viewers.
Only roads are shown on each poster. No labels, no extra colors, and no landmarks. Natural formations like rivers and coastlines are visible because of the roads that outline them.
Published March 1, 2012