Here at inStash, we’re always looking for something awesome to hang on our walls, and with GPS Art Posters, we may have found it. The great thing about these creations, other than the fact that they look striking in a standard black-and-white? They allow you to customize. Not only can you grab different sizes, but you can also enjoy a gorgeous 36″ x 24″ rendering of your city, state or country.
Steve Coast, the brains behind this operation, has already obliterated his Kickstarter goal, and we’ve got a feeling that with 24 days left (from the time of this writing), he’s going to get a lot more offers. Beyond being a basic map of a city or place, these GPS Art Posters incorporate open-source software to capture the traces of travel activity. From there, everything is “baked” into the poster, illustrating the “pulse” of the city, Coast calls it. Open-source us impressed!
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