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We are looking for cool posters of an internet map for our office walls. We are a technology consulting company so that seems like the right kind of decoration. Since this is for a company office Server Fault seems like the right place to ask.

I have seen interesting network maps as conference shwag, but where do I buy them?

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You might try browsing the CAIDA site. Making cool maps of the Internet is their job.

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I feel dumb for not mentioning nmap's Icons of the Web: since I got to see Fyodor show it off it in person. – Gerald Combs Oct 2 '10 at 22:05
The CAIDA map is quite old :) – Antoine Benkemoun Oct 6 '10 at 8:15

I'm getting a bit tired of the ever present XKCD maps, so here are some more modern and interesting maps in A0 size:

Web Trends map modelled after Tokyo subway:

The 140 most influential Twitter users, their #name #handle #category #influence #activity, when they first started and what they first said:

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XKCD has two very nice internet maps: IP space and online communities. It's not entirely fresh anymore, though.

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The TeleGeography Global Internet Map is the best I've found, and it's up-to-date (2011), but it's extremely expensive ($250).

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