Lowellian Mars
Lowellian Mars
Lowellian Mars
Lowellian Mars

Lowellian Mars


A Mars globe inspired by Percival Lowell's depictions of a canal criss-crossed Mars.

The texture is based on a cleaned up version of the map published in the appendix of Lowell's 1895 "Mars" book, superimposed over a modern blurred texture of Mars.

The globe also follows the convention of the early Lowell globes of the era, meaning that it is "upside down" compared to the usual way Mars is depicted nowadays.