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From theatre to shopping, markets to museums, historic buildings to modern architecture...there is such a variety of things to see and do here's a map to help you know where to start!
A snippet of Scotland's West Highlands- the Applecross Peninsular with one of the UK's most dangerous roads, the warming waters of the Gulf stream which allow palm trees to grow at Plockton, and some of the islands of the Inner Hebrides with mountains, folklore and incredible wildlife.
This map takes you away from the beaches and tourist hot spots in the South of Bali and shows you something of the more traditional life in the island's centre and North Coast. You can see many of the beautiful, terraced rice fields and Hindu temples and the Balinese people going about their everyday lives. The map is an amazing mix of painting, illustration and sculpture that has evolved over many years and is unique to the artist.
This map covers the Swiss half of Lake Geneva or Lac Lèman. It stretches from the city of Geneva in the west, with the Headquarters of the UN and Red Cross and the amazing Hadron Collider, buried underground at CERN. At the eastern end of the lake is Montreux with its music festival and statue of Freddie Mercury and the beautiful, lakeside Chateau de Chillon. In the centre of the lake is Lausanne, home to the Olympics and the Chateau de Vufflens. This clip is part of a much larger map of the whole of Switzerland and is a unique combination of painting and sculpture, with all the details hand carved from balsa wood and painted with acrylic.
Nimmanhaemin Road(aka Coffee Street) is a chic and trendy area in Chiang Mai. On either side of the road, dozens of alleyways (sois)
branch out. In these sois, there are lotttttts of cafes, ice cream shops, galleries and lovely book shops. The best thing to do is
to wander up and down the sois and see what you discover. You can find a hidden gem around every corner!
Welcome to Terschelling, a small island in the northern coast of the Netherlands! Forest, dunes, beach and cute little towns make this a lovely weekend getaway!
Lake Manitoba is the latest in my hand-lettered Freshwater Lake series, located in the Canadian province of Manitoba. Since the very early 1900s there have been rumors of a Nessy-like monster living in the lake which locals aptly named Manipogo :)
I always knew I wanted to do something a little different and quirky for our wedding invitations and of course, my fiancée thought the same! We are both colorful people who like simple nice design :)
We also love to travel and are actually celebrating our wedding on diverse events around the world: so a map had to be included hands down! If you're curious about our wedding, visit dnainlove.com