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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 27, 2012 01:01 AM
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“Mapuccinos” are poster-sized digital prints that at first glance resemble subway maps. But if you look closely, the stops are personalized to capture different moments in your life. They’re made by Boston-based artist (and self-described map addict) Rajiv Ramaiah. You choose the marker locations and names, Rajiv does the rest! — Continue reading …




 

 

Mapuccino Sample

“Mapuccinos” are poster-sized digital prints that at first glance resemble subway maps. But if you look closely, the stops are personalized to capture different moments in your life. They’re made by Boston-based artist (and self-described map addict) Rajiv Ramaiah. You choose the marker locations and names, Rajiv does the rest! They’re pretty popular for couples since both genders seem to appreciate their modern aesthetic. And the fact that they’re literally one-of-a-kind makes them all the more special. You can find out more about them and Rajiv’s numerous edition prints (samples below) at http://www.mapuccino.com/.

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