Geobrush achievement

From Geohashing


This user earned the Geobrush achievement
by perpetuating the ({{{latitude}}}, {{{longitude}}}) geohash of [[{{{date}}} {{{latitude}}} {{{longitude}}}|{{{date}}}]] with a wonderful piece of art.

You can find enormous amounts of photos in this Wiki, with a lot of artistic value.
But there are so many other forms of art!
Let's therefore honour all the non-photo artists in our community with this achievment.


  • Design a piece of art (painting, drawing, print, engraving, collage, what the heck - but no photo!) showing the Hashpoint of your expedition or another nice view.
    • There's no need for absolute realism or greatest details. On the contrary, use as much artistic license as you want.
    • Your work doesn't have to be a masterpiece and there are no restrictions for format/size but it should be more than a rough sketch (in fairness and so, you know?)
    • Please don't pass off any real photo as Hyperphotorealistic painting. That's ridiculous.
  • It's not necessary to create it completely and immediately on the spot. So you are allowed do draw sketches or take snapshots and continue processing later at home.
    • Real passionate artists, of course, let their impressions flow directly and can not be chased away neither by Mother Nature nor nightfall.
  • As with all achievements, reaching the hashpoint is required. We'd love to see your painting of the giant killer bunny that scared you away, but unfortunately, you can't award yourself this achievement for it.


Additionally to the regular expedition proof, upload a scan or photo of your artwork and link it in the Art gallery here.

See also

Art gallery

A list of awarded artists and their creations.


RecentlyChanged earned the Geobrush achievement
by perpetuating the (48, 8) geohash of 2012-11-24 with a wonderful drafted map.
2012-11-24 48 8 Map.JPG