Pendersleigh & Sons Cartography — The Google Maps

INTRODUCTION Over the years I've drawn maps, painted maps, and created digital maps. For the latter, I've most often used Google's My Maps program for several reasons. It's relatively easy, looks relatively good, has pretty good functionality (e.g. links to websites and decent customization) and because Alphabet Inc. (Google's parent company) is the fourth-largest company … Continue reading Pendersleigh & Sons Cartography — The Google Maps

Pendersleigh & Sons Cartography — Map Merchandise

In recent years, I've had a lot of requests for printable version of "my map." I've made hundreds of maps but since the digital map I made of Los Angeles County has been viewed over a million times, I have to assume that that's the one most people are talking about. Of course, people who … Continue reading Pendersleigh & Sons Cartography — Map Merchandise

Taste of the Mideast Side — at the Los Angeles County Store

If there are regular readers of my column here on the Amoeblog, they've probably seen some of the hand-drawn and hand-painted maps which I include in my series of Southland explorations I call California Fool's Gold. Right now a series of new maps are on display at the Los Angeles County Store in East Hollywood.┬áNone, … Continue reading Taste of the Mideast Side — at the Los Angeles County Store