The Geotaggers Atlas is a fascinating map showing the paths taken by Flickr photographers between separate photographs, based on the time stamps and locations of the photos. Also you can check out a best vector graphics of World vector maps free. Using the map you can zoom in on any city in the world and discover not only the most popular places photographed by Flickr users but the paths the photographers have taken around those cities.
Illustrator tip #3: Expand strokes
One dangerous issue I see often in finished logo files is that the strokes are not expanded on paths.
And all it takes is for one user to have “Scale Strokes and Effects” unchecked in her Illustrator preferences, and when she downsizes that logo, the strokes inflate like out-of-control balloon animals.
Your lovely logo is ruined.
Always keep “Scale Strokes and Effects” checked in Edit > Preferences > General
For five years Eric Fischer of Mapbox has been extracting the data from Flickr photos and mapping not just where those photos are taken but the routes that the photographers have taken between pictures. Using the Flickr search API Eric is able to retrieve the photo geo-tags and draw lines between all the photos in a sequence.
The red lines on the map show where a photographer traveled at a speed between 7
and 19 mph, based on the time stamps and locations of the pictures.
As you can see on the map of Paris above the river Seine is full of red lines, as ferry passengers happily travel down the river snapping the sights of Paris.
The map is a great way to see where people love to take photos in cities around the world. In the example above you can see that the Champs Elysees is a popular route for photographers. The Eiffel Tower (on the left of the screenshot) is also a popular location with photographers.
The Geotaggers Atlas covers every city in the world using over ten years of photo data from Flickr. The map is able to display such a huge amount of data thanks to Tippecanoe.
is a tool for building vector map tile-sets from large collections of
GeoJSON features. Input GeoJSON into Tippecanoe and it will give you
back a vector mbtiles file. It is a very efficient way to visualize very
large data-sets on an interactive map with minimal impact on
See also: Printable Vector Map New York City US, exact vector City Plan all Buildings scale 1:3556, full editable, Adobe Illustrator Street Maps, text format all names, 33 mb ZIP
All streets named, Main Objects, All Buildings. Map for design, printing, arts, projects, presentations, for architects, designers and builders, business, logistics.
Layers: color_fills, streets_roads, names_sreets, names_places, arrows_streets, labels_roads, buildings, names_objects, water, grids, legend.