Reading Time: 2 minutes Hong Kong-based publishing house Viction:ary has collaborated with designers and illustrators from all around the world to create their “City Guide” books’ covers. These are all bound to get you all geared up and excited – either to do some actual travelling, or embark on an online journey to discover great illustration and design pieces! The covers represent a city […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Illustrator, Peter Donelly, has created a map that details a selection of handpicked eateries in the city of Dublin. Signature dishes of each eatery were illustrated with landmarks, to mark particular places of interest. The map illustration is playfully put together, with textures, characters and a warm colour palette. Client: Visit Dublin / #LoveDublin Agency: In […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Amazing paper cut birds created from maps by Claire Brewster.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Some people think maps are boring, not Google. Check out this teaser for a new game coming to Google+ I am totally going to play this. Go to www.maps.google.com/starthere for more. It was based on this very cool video I want to play with this thing. If you comment on this post, you can use […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Herb Lester Associates creates extraordinary things. They research, write, print and distribute maps and guides to the world’s great cities, by collaborating with talented illustrators and designers. Here are a few things that they have in their shop. via: grain edit
Reading Time: < 1 minute DraftFCB has created a campaign for Vodacom’s Look4Me service where you can track where your loved ones are at all times. They manipulated images of maps to create figures and scenes to show where those individuals actually are. A great creative treatment of the concept. Advertising Agency: DraftFCB, Johannesburg, South Africa Creative Director: Gareth Paul […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute . A great take away packaging concept by Enric Aguilera. Centered around the idea of the “urban picnic”, the packaging incorporates maps and picnic-related pattern in the labeling. Clean and cool design. via: The Dieline