A Dymaxion air-ocean map, from the The Utopian Impulse exhibitio, as seen in the New York Times story, R. Buckminster Fuller’s Comeback at a San Francisco Museum.
See also: the map on display at SFMOMA.
Dymaxion map showing world energy usage, via iamdanw.
A Dymaxion-style map of “key infrastructural sites deemed vital to the national security of the United States” (via iamdanw).
From Stylepark’s article, Anyone who can build with peas and toothpicks must be a genius, The Dymaxion Car in front of 30 St Mary Axe in London. Photograph © Gregory Gibbons.
Even if this gets no further than the current teaser page, this project is still fantastic. More teasers.
slippy faumaxion, take two (tecznotes)
“an interactive interpretation of Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion World Map” - for iamdanw, who seems to be researching the same thing. Well, that and because it’s good.
Paul Mison's random stuff that doesn't go elsewhere. Is it microblogging, or microactivity?
(Previously known as 'tumblr is my sock drawer', for reasons that are somewhat unclear.)