Since 2001, Stamen has developed a reputation for beautiful and technologically sophisticated projects in a diverse range of commercial and cultural settings. We work and play with a surprising and growing range of collaborators: financial institutions, artists and architects, car manufacturers, design agencies, museums, technology firms, political action committees, and universities.
Rush Limbaugh calls our work "utterly preposterous and "bohunk computer modeling" and we think that's just terrific.
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National Geographic: Amazonia
Since 1915, the National Geographic Society has been making some of the best maps the world has ever seen. So we were honored, humbled, and maybe even a little nervous when we got the opportunity to work closely with the Nat Geo team designing and building an interactive feature all about the Amazon.
Surging Seas: Mapping Choices
Mapping Choices lays out starkly the stakes of carbon emissions over the next several decades.