“Colored printed sections showing the map of the world are cut to shape then pasted onto the surface of the globes and a protective coat of varnish is added. Narrator recounts the fact that lots of the workers have been there for over 30 years and quips: ‘While the rest of the mankind does its best to blow the world up, they like building a new one.'”
I love watching globes made by hand and this vintage video shows the process of globes being made in London in 1955. While most globe production is mechanized today, you can also watch the Bellerby company use gorgeous artistry to handcraft globes today.