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In the WELTSTUDIO, human-sized posters are created that can be read as maps and reveal a lot about one’s own connections with the world. Artists, a Berlin illustrator and a calligrapher from Afghanistan provide support and design tips. At the end of the action, a figure could look out of each window into the courtyards of the Humboldt Forum.

The “Personal Cartographer” – one of three expansive installations in BERLIN GLOBAL’s WELTSTUDIO – is the focus of this WELTSTUDIO special. Together with designers and educators, a Berlin picture book illustrator and a calligrapher from Afghanistan, visitors are creating human-sized posters of 500 m2 that can be read as maps of the self, revealing lots of things about personal connections in and with the world. Whether big or small, in a team or alone – the different templates can be painted, labelled or pasted according to your own ideas. There is also a variety of stencils ready for you to try out. At the end of the joint action, one figure could look out of each window into the courtyards of the Humboldt Forum.