McArthur's World Map
A popular example of a south-up oriented map designed as a political statement is "McArthur's Universal Corrective Map of the World" (1979).
An insert on this map explains that the Australian, Stuart McArthur, sought to confront "the perpetual onslaught of 'downunder' jokes -- implications from Northern nations that the height of a country's prestige is determined by its equivalent spatial location on a conventional map of the world"
Size: 890 x 580 mm
Folded & Laminated: $59.90