Where do you want to go?
Found 552 Illustrations
Being a bird lover, it's wonderful to live so close to Lake Michigan, one of the major stopping points in the country for migratory birds. Located a little over an hour outside Chicago, the Indiana Dunes region of the Lake Michigan Shoreline boasts over 350 species of birds that can be seen throughout the year. Birders from all over visit during spring migration for the Indiana Dunes Birding Festival each May.
Colorado map made of facts and locations!
The "C" is for Colfax Avenue, the longest street in America. The First "O" is representing skiing and snowboarding. The "L" is representing Mesa Verde. The second "O" is for the Colorado Rockies. The "R" is for the rivers in Colorado. The "A" is for the Rocky Mountains. The "D" is representing the Colorado Blue Columbine flower, and lastly the third "O" is a cheese burger because Louis Ballast of the Humpty Dumpty Drive-In had trademarked the name.
This project was created at the University of Central Missouri, instruction by Allison Kerek.
This year I went on vacation to NYC for the first time. The whole experience was amazing; as a graphic designer, as an illustrator, and as a girl who likes to have fun! Every corner there was something to photograph.
New York is so alive, so iconic. I wanted to capture all of the city in this illustrated map :)
The artsy Fremont neighborhood ("Center of the Universe") features a number of pieces of interesting public art. Take the self-guided walking tour to stop and admire all the sights. If you visit in the summer, you can catch the annual Solstice Fair and Parade for an even bigger art fix.
New Jersey has a rich history of weirdness; it is a rite of passage to go out with friends and test and rediscover old legends. Whether it's driving down Whipporwill in Middletown or hunting the Pineland's own Jersey devil himself - this map is simply an homage to every local living legend, haunted location, or something thats just plain weird. Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Sarah Jane Moore; Institution: Tyler School of Art, Temple University