1 The Poster
The above is not a very high resolution version, in aid of those on slow internet connections. To accommodate those wanting a higher resolution version, here is a PDF version which can be converted to an image at any desired resolution using standard image conversion tools.
2 The Licence
This poster is released under a CC-BY-NC-ND licence. In short, this means the following.
It is not public domain, I retain the copyright to it. However, you are free to use it and redistribute it subject to the following conditions:
BY You must attribute it.
In short, the embedded copyright notice is sufficient attribution. However, if you use this in a situation where you can add hyperlinks, a link back to this page would be appreciated but not required.
NC No commercialisation.
You are not allowed to make money from this poster. If you incur costs in distributing it, you can cover your costs but no more.
I am not adverse to money being made from this, but if someone wants to do so then they should contact me first.
ND No derivatives.
You are not allowed to modify this poster. Note that I do not consider changing its size or resolution to be modifying it, nor changing the file format, so you can do these things.
As with NC, I am not adverse to it being modified, and I have a few ideas of my own as to how to improve it, but again if someone wants to do so then they should contact me first.
The poster came about because I wanted something that showed that mathematics is built up from many areas, and that different areas had different flavours. Each picture and question should be explainable to school students.
I had a bit of help from friends on G+ with refining some of the pictures and questions.
On the technical side, the picture was created using LaTeX with TikZ. The format of the picture is that of a TikZ mindmap, and the font is TeX Gyre Bonum. The whole thing weighs in at about 400 lines of code.