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Quirky Map Illustrations by Elly Walton

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It’s been a busy year and many of my recent commissions have been fun little maps for the likes of Waitrose Weekend and UK business magazines. Here are a couple of the new pieces, illustrating an area of Tuscany for a feature about a business conference weekend and the activities available to the conference attendees, and a map of Barcelona for a feature about making an eco-friendly trip. There are lots more little n large maps on my site, do take a peek!

External Link: Quirky Map Illustrations by Elly Walton

Lamplight prints & posters

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Prints and posters of a simplified silhouette artwork inspired by a single line from the novel The Man Who Was Thursday, by G.K. Chesterton.

“All the same,” replied Syme patiently, “just at present you only see the tree by the light of the lamp. I wonder when you would ever see the lamp by the light of the tree.”

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100 Cats at A-side B-side Gallery

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A purrrfect show for feline fanatics, 100 Cats will feature a multitude of moggies created by an exciting and diverse line up of artists and illustrators. All work will be for sale and there will be unframed prints available to purchase at affordable prices. For anyone attending with a ‘cat face’ there will be an additional reward on offer.

Curated by illustrator and cat lover Laura Hughes, the show will feature both established and emerging talent including Yasmeen Ishmail – winner of the V&A Best Illustrated Book Award 2014, Red Cat, Blue Cat creator Jenni Desmond and illustrator Sandra Dieckmann whose clients include Random House, Sky and Al Jazeera US.

External Link: 100 Cats at A-side B-side Gallery

Mako Fufu’s T-shirt Design for The Mary Sue

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“The Mary Sue lives in each and all of us, strong, smart, creative, cool, curious women”

Mako Fufu presents an exclusive T-shirt Design for The Mary Sue and We Love Fine, and needs your vote (5) to turn into a real T-shirt!.
If produced, it will come in a wide variety of colors and sizes.

Can you spot all the Pop & Geek culture references on it?

External Link: Mako Fufu’s T-shirt Design for The Mary Sue