Some time back, I came across a site that was offering sets of US state outlines that were intended to be attractive/artistic rather than geographically accurate. I only have this copy of the outline of Georgia from one of the sets, and I've lost track of the original site. Can anyone identify it?

Georgia state outline

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It looks like it could be from the Project Linework website. Specifically, the "Angular" or "Twenty Seventy" datasets.

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    This is the correct answer. It is from the "Twenty Seventy" dataset of Project Linework. Screenshot/proof: i.imgur.com/wS8WbS9.png
    – Thomas
    May 23, 2016 at 18:07
  • That's it exactly. You rock! Did you recognize it or were you able to find it by searching? Thanks
    – Doug
    May 24, 2016 at 0:56
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    I recognized it. The guy that does the website has a few different cartography/GIS blogs that I read. cartastrophe.wordpress.com & somethingaboutmaps.wordpress.com . Also he was the editor for these 2 books which have some really beautiful cartographic design. I own both volumes: atlasofdesign.org
    – cl3
    May 24, 2016 at 15:40

This might help out. It's a link to what appears to be all state boundaries.


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    The question asks for a site that produces artistic rather then geographically accurate outlines, so I don't think the actual outlines from ESRI are likely to help very much. May 23, 2016 at 15:00

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