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A lot of famous, timeless artists hung out in the Provence and Cote D'Azur at the turn of the last century. All the big names are there (and even more I couldn't include). Like everyone else I love the works of van Gogh, Cezanne, Matisse and Picasso and I hope I can use this map one day as a travel companion when I explore the art of Southern France!!
Having fun on Boulevard Nesseland in Rotterdam: swiming, skateboarding, waterskiing, beachvolleyball and having a drink in the sun!
I chose to share my favorite places. It is a superb region, often compared to Ireland hence its nickname of Little Ireland. For my part it makes me think of the landscapes of Brittany. Produced as part of the Nate Padavick course for Sketch Book Skool
I grew up in Portsmouth and couldn't wait to leave! At 19 I left for London and never returned. The Dockyards have undergone myriad changes since the millennium with the construction of The Spinnaker Tower, Gunwharf Quays and the Mary Rose Museum. I now hope to revisit again with my son and show him some of the places I visited as a child.
This piece was completed as a project for Tom Froese's excellent Inky Maps class on Skillshare.
L'Ile des Embiez is a small island in the South of France, in the Var (83) département.
It's a place I've often visited as a child and that I re-discovered in my mid 20s. This is one of my favourite places on earth, it features beautiful beaches, pine forests, an aquarium presenting local marine life and has it's own vineyards.
This map celebrates l'Ile des Embiez in pure analog medium: paper, ink and watercolour.
At the start of 2017 my partner and I bought our first home- a narrowboat. We spent the summer perusing the waterways of the UK including cruising to the source of the great river. Most people will only recognise 'the Thames' as the vast river which flows through central London. Far away from the city, the river takes on a very different persona, it is wild and full of life. I created this map to communicate the importance of the river to the wildlife and many towns it passes.