The 2022 r/place Atlas
This is an atlas aiming to chart all the artworks created during the r/place April Fools event on Reddit in 2022. It is made with information to each artwork of the canvas provided by the community.
The currently maintained version of the website is managed by the Place Atlas team, led by Stefano Haagmans and is obtainable under the same license within a GitHub fork. Initial images are provided by Alex Tsernoh.
Maintaining and updating the website takes work, but I enjoy doing it for free and giving this to people. But if you would like to support me, or the people who helped me with contributions to this project. You're free to support us though PayPal, Patreon, or Ko-Fi.
To maintain the same tradition, I will also be offering stickers to anyone donating more then 20$ (Due to the size increase). But, you're not forced to do anything! This only shows appreciation to us and the people who've worked on this project
Roland Rytz worked on the Atlas full-time (and more!) for over two weeks during the 2017 r/place event. If you'd like to support Roland, you can do so by PayPal. If you donate more than 10(€/$/CHF/mBTC), He'll (hopefully) send you a nice sticker of the 2017 Place canvas!
This project is open source, and contributions are welcome. In fact, the Atlas relies on user contributions.
To contribute a label for an artwork, please read this guide to learn how to submit a new entry, edit existing entries, or contribute to the development of the codebase.
- Project Lead: TCOOfficiall (Stefano Haagmans)
- Archival Team:
- Development Team:
- Wiki Team:
The 2022 Atlas would not have been possible without the help of our contributors.
Thank you to everyone who submitted new entries, amended existing ones, reported bugs and just supported the project in general.
If you're press, a influencer or anything media connected, or you would like to use the Atlas in one. Please contact us beforehand through:
If you need to contact me regarding anything else, you can reach me through: