Portland , OR, US
I have been moving around all my life, but this lovely place has stuck with me with more way than I can say. The majesty and overall power The Columbia River Gorge radiates is something anyone can see.
La Grande, Oregon, US
This is a special place to me because I love an underdog and Eastern Oregon is often overlooked. There is loads of information about the west side of Oregon, and it is for good reason; they have amazing food, nature, and culture. Frankly, most of Eastern Oregon feels empty and intimidatingly vast. I wanted to highlight a few of the lesser known but majestic places to visit. You might not get a five star hotel or a life changing meal, but the stars are impossibly bright, the skies are huge and ever changing, and the sounds of nature reign supreme.
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Outer Space Awesomeness!
This summer 170+ people submitted OUTER SPACE illustrations. 100 favorites will be published in the next TDAT Book. Stay tuned!
16 Hand-made Fonts!
Buy Salli & Nate's entire collection of 16 hand-drawn fonts for only $32. That's 2 bucks per font. Total bargain! (For personal and commercial use, but not for re-sale).
See samples of all the fonts on the TDAC Shop.
Illustrators For Hire
Check out Illustrators For Hire!
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INKtober with TDAT!
Inktober is here! Here is your list of daily drawing prompts. For each day of the month, draw an icon that you think best represents each city (food? a building? a flag? an animal? a person? whatever!)
Tag your illos #inktoberwithtdat and we'll feature as many as we can!
RECENTLY ADDED TRAVEL ILLUSTRATIONS
I always go to Sanamluang 2 because my home has many pets and my mum likes trees. We often to go there on Sunday. It's my family day. They have everything my pets and my trees want. Here, it's similar to the Chatuchak market.
An American treasure, the Erie Canal was opened in 1825 and soon became the nation's first superhighway allowing settlers access to rich and plentiful land resources. This illustrated stretch – from Brockport to Rochester, NY – depicts the Canal and surrounding countryside as it is in the present day. Every crossing has been carefully portrayed, right down to navigational lights underneath the bridges. And if you look really hard there's even apples on the trees! More at http://www.karpovagecreative.com/
Another of my favourite places in Hong Kong. One of the city's quirkiest modes of transport is the Central - Mid-levels Escalator, built as a connection between the financial district and residential areas further up the hillside.
From its starting point on Queen's Road Central, the escalator snakes its way through one of Hong Kong's oldest and most interesting neighbourhoods - an eclectic blend of wet markets, colonial structures, hip restaurants, watering holes and art galleries. Like the city as a whole, it keeps a precarious balance between age-old tradition and unashamed modernity.
Step inside our three-dimensional, birds-eye-view pictorial map of Savannah, Georgia. Enjoy the many hidden gems, rich history, and architectural splendor that make this classy Southern Belle a national treasure of American heritage.
To view the full the map – with even more of the district shown – visit: http://www.karpovagecreative.com