There’s a lovely corner of Reddit called Map Porn. You can find more maps than you ever thought existed. Some are fantastical simulations based on video games, and others would be collecting dust in library storage if not for the internet. My favorite part about this collection of maps is what they can tell us about language.
Maps can put interesting facts into a spatial context.
They reveal hidden barriers.
They help you explore linguistic trends.
A simple map of the right data can help you scratch the surface of the varieties of the human experience.
Or see how the human experience has scratched the surface.