Andrew Hahn, a student currently pursuing GISPP’s Online Master’s Degree in GIS Development, gained widespread attention recently for his unique creation: a crochet map showcasing Lake Mendota. For scale, each stitch roughly equals 300 square meters, and each layer represents a depth change of 10 meters. Check out the original post, here: https://twitter.com/ndrewhahn/status/1655663049418629120
When discussing his hobbies, Andrew expressed his passion for crocheting, finding it an enjoyable challenge to merge this craft with the principles of effective map design.
Read his full spotlight here: https://geography.wisc.edu/gis/meet-our-people/studentspotlight/andrew-hahn-online-masters-student/