Via Flowing Data, here are a set of world, regional, and country maps made of beeswax by Chinese artist Ren Ri by manipulating the movement of the hive’s queen, thus directing the hive’s workers to build up the wax according to the artist’s template. The result is an impressively faithful maps. You can see these maps and more in his Yuansu catalogue off of his PearlLam Galleries exhibition page.
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