This was utterly fascinating to watch. I've always known that globes were not necessarily a good representation of the real likeness of Earth, but I didn't know that there were so many different variations (and names!) of types of maps aiming to all solve the same problem -- how to lay out a sphere on a flat surface. Pretty cool!
Here's a neat little video on Bellerby & Co Globemakers, one of the last remaining handmade globemakers in the world. Many of these globes take nearly half a year to complete and are each hand-painted, varnished, and treated with the utmost care. Looks like an amazing workspace!