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The Big Question

The Big Question

The greatest philosophical question that every person usually contemplates at least once in week (usually when waiting in an unusually long line), is the meaning of life? When we look at the word "meaning" itself in any english dictionary, we usually see two distinct descriptions. First is purely descriptive - and we use it when we talk about a meaning of a word, and want to know what it describes. That is of course a relative construct, and applying it universally is fundamentally absurd, and we don't even have to look far to understand this. Take the language itself, the way descriptive meaning is usually conveyed. Majority of English wo

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Coming soon in May!

Coming soon in May!

After many weeks of hard work and administrative issues, I finally have a legal support for future selling and other business activities regarding my work. April 2014 was quite a hectic month, without any significant work published, though this is going to change very soon. Through the course of the next month, I will release a multitude of new major maps and posters. In addition, all my maps and posters, including Map of the Internet will be soon available on amazon.com, amazon.co.uk and all amazon european marketplaces, as high-quality 40-inch wide matte paper prints personally signed by myself. Price of all the prints will be around 37

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XarTarioProfessional Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!
Happy Birthday! :D (Big Grin) Party Have your cake and eat it too Party :D (Big Grin)
zalezskyHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the points! you have some wonderfully interesting maps of your own here
Happy Birthday! :D (Big Grin) Party Have your cake and eat it too Party :D (Big Grin)
I like your maps of Europe every 100 years but the style (sepia + dark mountains) and low resolution make them difficult to read.