Illustrative Map-Making Workshop

One of the things that I enjoy about teaching, is that I sometimes learn a lot myself. The illustrative map-making workshop is one of those.

This 2nd map-making workshop took place at the new Brooklyn Brainery location in Windsor Terrace. In this lovely small space we worked on a variety of different maps. Two students combined their love for food with map-maping, creating a map placing iconic British dishes geographically on the map and another guiding you through all the things you should eat when visiting Singapore.

Other maps were incredible as well; mapping a wardrobe, the world map through the eyes of a cat or mapping friendships and relations. Another student put the local ‘characters’ from her neighborhood on the map of Prospect Park area. Loved it!

 

 

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malouzuidema

Hi! My name is Malou, I'm a Dutch illustrator, currently based in the Netherlands, on the island Texel. I create colourful illustrations with a quirky twist. I’m always interested in new collaborations and looking for new challenges and would love to hear from you!

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