Grassroots Mapping is a series of participatory mapping projects involving communities in cartographic dispute. Seeking to invert the traditional power structure of cartography, the grassroots mappers used helium balloons and kites to loft their own “community satellites” made with inexpensive digital cameras.

Trash bags work instead of balloons and cost $1.30 each

February 22nd, 2010 by Jeffrey Warren

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