17.12.16 by Staff

“Sad Topographies” by Artist Damien Rudd

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Disenchantment Bay, Alaska U.S

 

Artist Damien Rudd continues to screenshot Google Map images of depressingly named places on his delightful Instagram account @sadtopographies. Click here for our previous post and check out more images from Rudd’s ongoing archive below!

 

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Sad, Slovenia

 

 

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Doubtful Island, New Zealand

 

 

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Camp Suicide Road, Michigan U.S

 

 

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Forlorn Lake, Nipissing, Canada

 

 

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Labour In Vain Road, Stansted, U.K

 

 

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Deception Island, Antartica

 

 

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Lonelyville, Fire Island, New York U.S

 

 

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Depressed Lake, California U.S

 

 

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Pointless Mountain, Squamish-Lillooet, Canada

 

 

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Shades of Death road, Independence Township, New Jersey U.S

 

 

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Futile Lake, Kenora, Canada

 

 
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Murderers Creek, Murders Kill Road, Athen, New York U.S

 

 

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Crack Is Wack Playground, Harlem, New York U.S

 

 

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Ugly, West Bangal, India

 

 

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Mount Disappointment, Victoria, Australia

 

 

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Haunted Lake, Francestown, New Hampshire U.S.

 

 

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Emptyness Drive, Cypress, Texas U.S

 

 

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Crying Lady Rock, Washington U.S.

 

 

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