Top 5 Interesting Basemaps of 2019
This basemap takes its inspiration from a printed atlas plate and pull-down scholastic classroom maps. (more details)
Avo Patlong took this basemap and modified it into a “1950s styled” version.
4. Western Map
Andrew Skinner and the Esri Basemaps team put together a series of four basemaps, each one representing one of the seasons of the year. It has minimal labels and is designed to draw attention to your thematic content.
2. Pop Art
This basemap celebrates the “pop art” movement from the 1950s-1960s. (more details)
I wanted to list a few more basemaps here that I found notable:
- Newspaper - This basemap, designed by Esri, has been around for a few years but I still enjoy the newsprint look and feel.
- Primary Colors - I created this map for the January Codepen challenge - it focuses on three primary colors - blue, red, yellow.
- A Children’s Map - Created by Andrew Skinner, focuses on simple, childhood themes.
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