For this seventh edition Cartography visits Ethiopia, Tuscany and Corsica, New York City.
Founded in 2016 by Paola Corini and Luca De Santis, the project is devoted to travel culture. The oversize magazine is published from Milan, Italy in English/Italian and distributed all around the world.
“Travel is the best way to understand the world".
The photographers Bea De Giacomo, Luca De Santis, Stephen Gill, Adrianna Glaviano, Ioulex, Keisuke Otobe and Alice Schillaci, and the authors Berhane Asfaw, Leonardo Caffo, Wade Davis, Achille Filipponi, Amy Hempel, Alex Kalman, Will Jones, Pierluigi Ledda, Matteo Milaneschi, Temesgen Naji, Valentina Pigmei, Sam Reiss, Aldo Spinelli and Laura Taccari contributed to the issue.
Issue No.7 is including a new booklet – 32 pages of travel tips (hotels, food, shops, maps, culture, art) for the three destinations, edited by Cartography.
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Cartography is a new travel magazine specialized in itineraries across the globe. Each destination in Cartography comes with a photographic album, a short story, a map and an itinerary with recommended stops. Passionate about all things contemporary, traditions, nature, open exploration, places and people, Cartography is made for the modern traveller.
Founded in 2016 by Paola Corini and Luca De Santis, Cartography Magazine is published twice a year from Milan in English and Italian. Printed in Italy on Arctic Paper Munken Polar.
Every journey hides a world. Journeys shape our idea of the world and the place we have in it. Cartography is aiming at encouraging every single person to embark on a journey in space and time to better understand the world now. Cartography asks photographers, writers, artists, journalists, academics, anthropologists, designers, fellow travellers to gather and discuss why we travel.
"Cartography presents a whimsical and very personal approach to travel. Led by beautiful photography that runs the gamut from documentary to abstract still life, it looks beyond the landscapes it visits to probe the religion, mythology and history of places" – Steve Mason, STACK
"the virtues of going deep rather than wide when it comes to subject matter" – Monocle24