All Streets consists of 240 million individual road segments. No other features—no outlines, cities, or types of terrain—are marked, yet canyons and mountains emerge as the roads course around them, and sparser webs of road mark less populated areas. More details can be found here, with additional discussion of the previous version here.
The poster is 24″ tall and 36″ wide, and is offset printed in two colors on 100lb Finch Opaque Bright White.
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A detail of the West Coast shows the relative lack of roads in mountainous areas, punctuated by the densely populated Bay Area.
Roadless terrain forms the topography of the Appalachian Mountains.
Prints to be proofed emerge from this end of the offset press. During the run, the posters are pulled and checked for consistent ink density.
James takes a closer look at the ink gain in the most detailed spots of the map.