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    Dem Mountains, the "Farness" bar and Little/Sum/All Wet also made me laugh a lot.

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    amazing, your top-downs are incredible in style and readability, but I just love how you managed to get the same crispness in these iso-like projected maps. cheers, DJ
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    Wow, this is a pretty amazing work. It is stunning to look at and filled with humor.
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    I really like this style, very nice

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    "Isle" is a small island. "Aisle" is the space in-between shelves in the grocery store. "Weird Aisle" may be weird, but I think it's an isle.

    Of course, given the tone of the map and the comic, maybe this was done on purpose.

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    Gorgeous! You have such a wonderful style. The map has a very authentic feel and coloring, it puts me in mind of some of the maps I have in some of my antique European dictionaries!

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