The study of people, place and their interactions with one another is rich in complexity. Geographic artifacts provide a glimpse at our attempt to understand, formulate and document such dynamics.
I’ve been collecting and creating pieces that demonstrate this vibrancy for years. From digitally enhanced panoramic maps panels to ornate Art Nouveau relics and Mid-Century Space Age celestial representations, the pieces in my shop document over a century of societal exploration, technology, conflict and change. Consistent in all of my pieces is the underlying theme of human development, each with a unique historical filter projecting the knowledge and ideals of its day.
Cartographics is based out of Boston, Massachusetts but my products reflect local, regional, and international sources. I accumulate items from a diverse range of locales including flea markets, antique shops and estate sales, and I'm always looking for pieces with unique and defining characteristics to add to my collection.
I strive to effectively articulate to customers the remarkable qualities that these pieces hold, and my hope is that I can impart a fraction of the inspiration to them that these pieces provide to me.