Stamen’s project 12 Sunsets: Exploring Ed Ruscha’s Archive, which we built in collaboration with The Getty Museum, is the 2021 Webby Award winner in the category of Architecture, Art & Design!

The Webby Awards have honored the best websites on the internet every year since the inaugural awards in 1996. This year’s awards ceremony was hosted by actor and activist Jameela Jamil. Watch the event online here: watch.webbyawards.com

Stamen’s Watercolor map

Today the Cooper Hewitt (the Smithsonian Design Museum) officially added Stamen’s OpenStreetMap-based Watercolor map to its collection, the first live website to ever become part of the Smithsonian.

Learn more from the Cooper Hewitt press release and the announcement event recorded on YouTube:

We are especially grateful to the…

A personal history of OpenStreetMap, seen through the eyes of Stamen Design

by Alan McConchie, Eric Rodenbeck, and the Stamen Design team

Stamen and OpenStreetMap, growing up together on the mean streets of Napoli

Last month, we were interviewed by Steven Feldman for The Geomob Podcast about Stamen’s history using OpenStreetMap (OSM). This stimulating conversation gave us the chance to get a…

Alan McConchie

Lead Cartographer at @stamen / election reformer @FairVoteWA / founder @LocalgroupBham. Maps, networks, visualization, code. 15 min of fame: @pop_vs_soda

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