Oct 02, 2012

by English Muse

Maps are almost always informative and interesting, but these art prints by Michael Tompsett are so lovely they transcend simply exchanging information.

My favorite is this tube map.

It is amazing how only a few visual cues can make up a recognizable world map.

Have a wonderful Tuesday,

Sarah from Design Flourishes

all images from Michael Tompsett’s esty page; his artwork is also available here


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7 Responses to “Artistic Maps”

  1. Wendy says:

    They are all so good! But I think my favourite is the last one. Love it! xx

  2. These are just beautiful! I love the one made with sheet music.

  3. Amber Rose says:

    Good god they are all so fantastic!
    I honestly couldn’t choose just one.

  4. Karen says:

    All those are gorgeous. I wish I could just fill my walls with maps. Or that might be overdoing it just slightly…

  5. Eri says:

    This is such a cute post! I’ve seen a few of these maps but never together. Thank you for this post! <3

  6. Taylor says:

    I love these maps! They were the inspiration for my blog post today. Absolutely lovely interpretation of such a practical, political, difficult concept — sticking people in boxes and limiting culture to landmasses. Fantastic job bringing a messy, human element to the task. Bravo!

  7. The tube map is my favorite, too! Very cool.

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