Not officially published (no ISBN).
This large (16" x 10.75") wire-and comb bound Atlas comprises a series of world maps made in 2010, using Charles Sanders Peirce's Quincuncial projection system. Over 200 full-colour prints are included, all in the same format (they are tiled six times per page), and employing similar graphic disruption (use of a round photoshop eraser tool set at the diameter of the whole or one-half of the projected world map), while displaying the enormous variety of resultant 'worlds' which derive from different centering points.
This has been printed in a very limited run, and is intended as an initial document in a series of related works, which will progressively accomodate more text- and graphic-based inclusions. It is hoped that future work in this project will also bring together more collaborative work.