The Art of Map Illustration: A Step-By-Step Artistic Exploration of Contemporary Cartography and Mapmaking
Walter Foster Publishing
April 03, 2018
8.6 X 11.5 X 0.6 inches | 1.3 pounds
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About the Author
James Gulliver Hancock feels sick when he's not drawing. He panics that he may not be able to draw everything in the world... at least once. His obsession with re-imagining his world has seen him work for major print, TV, and music publishing releases, including Coca-Cola, Ford Motors, Herman Miller, Businessweek Magazine, The New York Times, and Simon&Schuster. He has participated in projects in the USA, the UK, Indonesia, Austria, Germany, France, and Australia, taking his whimsical perception around the world. Currently he works out of two studios: one in The Pencil Factory in Brooklyn, New York, and from his homeland studio by the beach in Sydney, Australia.London-based illustrator Hennie Haworth studied at Brighton University before embarking on her artistic career. Her work can regularly be seen in UK's national newspapers, including The Guardian's food section. She has worked with a wide range of clients, including Converse, Louis Vuitton, Dwell Magazine, GQ Magazine, Royal Mail, Logitech, Hyundai, and Morrisons. Hennie is a regular illustrator for National Geographic's "City Life" articles. She has illustrated several travel-guide adult coloring books for Harper Design: Color London, Color Paris, and the forthcoming Color Chicago. Learn more at www.henniehaworth.co.uk.Stuart Hill is a freelance illustrator and designer from the flat lands of Lincolnshire, which might explain his fear and fascination of mountains. He graduated from the University of Lincoln, UK, with a degree in illustration. Stuart likes printed textures, handmade type, and riding his bike. He specializes in editorial illustrations, typography, and making maps.Sarah King is an illustrator from London, England. Her love of travel led to a natural love of maps, and illustrating maps has become a way for her to tell stories of the places she has been. Sarah now lives in Canada, splitting time between the coastline and mountains of British Columbia.