grain editParko Polo
Parko Polo is the alter ego of Edinburgh based illustrator Edward McGowan. As Parko Polo, Edward pairs bright cheerful colors with bold geometric lines to create images of wonder and exploration. T...
Paris small shops guide
My friend Anne Ditmeyer of the travel blog, Pret à Voyager (who you might remember from this!), is publishing a travel guide called Paris Small Shops illustrated by Crispin Finn and published with Herb Lester, one of my favorite sources for beautifully designed maps. Anne has lived in Paris for many years and is one of the most knowledgeable, go-to […]
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The first ever maps have a lot in common with the modern illustrated maps of today. While the aim of atlases and ordinance surveys is to get you from a to b – with no surprises along the way and no excess information – the illustrated map is just the opposite. It is full of surprising details, challengingly inaccurate geography and personalised perspectives on where you should go. Discover some amazingly talented illustrators in our list of the best illustrated maps out there.