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City of Namaj by Abigail Daker, from a map tutorial for Fantasy Artist Magazine


Illustrated maps for CityGO America children board game

Libby Vanderploeg

Illustrated map poster for the Adirondack Hike for Hope. The goal of this challenging journey is to raise funds for cancer research at Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Kyoto Map, Illustrated by Nicole LaRue                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Kyoto Map, Illustrated by Nicole LaRue

Barangaroo Panoramic Aerial

Portfolio of illustrated maps and cityscape drawings by illustrator Abi Daker. Illustrated maps, panoramic city skylines and architectural illustration.

Illustrated map of London's "Great Little Places"

Illustrated map of London's great little places

Go and check out this great illustrated map of London, featuring wonderful little places. Illustration- London's Great Little Places by Charlie Davis, via Behance

The Ebsdorf Map is a map of the world, but from the Middle Ages, which is  interesting because it showed the structure of the world as medieval  people saw it. A few things to notice: Jerusalem is at the center of the worldThe earth is divided into three parts, just like the Classical Greek viewAfrica  is circular. Come to think of it, nothing about Africa is even close to  right: from magical animals like the manticores and mirmicaleons (what  the hell is that?) to Meroe, the land of…

One of the most spectacular and visually fascinating Tet Zoo-related books of recent-ish months is Chet Van Duzer's Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps, published in 2013 by the British Library.

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.

Portfolio of freelance illustrator, Tom Woolley. Tom produces illustrated maps and vector graphics for advertising, publishing and editorial markets.

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Adult's eyes and children's eyes, Handwritten map of old-fashioned garden

Map showing the two locations of New York Presbyterian Hospital's Children's centres.

Map showing the locations of New York Presbyterian Hospital's Children's centres. Part of an editorial and bus stop/ mall poster advertising campaign. Client: New York Presbyterian Hospital. Agency: Munn Rabôt Design By: Linzie Hunter