This page showcases recent independent and commissioned illustrative map projects created over the past year.
Greening The Minhocão map
Client: Geographical Magazine
Greening The Minhocão (Big Worm) map was a commissioned half page editorial illustration by Geographical Magazine for December 2019 print edition. The map was also published on Geographical online platform.
Writing by Lottie Watters.
Street trees type map
Street Trees type map was an independent design project inspired by London Tree Map in September 2019. The map reflects most common street tree species in Greater London area by borough. The first map was based on London street trees data and by public request the second map was completed with the help from London tree officers. The idea received positive response from both environment and data professionals.
Client: National Park City* movement
Greenground Map was a conceptual volunteer project for National Park City* movement over two months in Spring 2019. The diagrammatic map – based on London Tube Map represents the network of parks and green spaces in London, organised in Lines just as the tube map is. The map also includes ferry stations, sightseeing points, canoeing locations and swimming spots. The project received lot of praise from online community and was featured on several platforms such as Londonist, London National Park City website and Forbes.
London walking maps
These three illustrated walking maps were inspired by London green spaces in Spring 2019. The humorous maps suggest routes through parks and green spaces and include suggestions for farmers markets, organic cafes and picnic spots. The maps were well received on Twitter and featured in Mapping London.