Pseudocylindrical projection is a map projection in which the meridians of the normal aspect are mapped as the curves symmetrical about the straight central meridian, and the parallels as mutually parallel straight lines perpendiular to the central meridian.
There are many different pseudocylindrical projections. One of them is the Mollweide projection.

Mollweide projection
Map of the World in the Mollweide projection is used for designing the logo of the International Cartographic Association – ICA

Type of Pseudocylindrical Map Projection



Sinusoidal Map Projection


Mollweide Map Projection