We design all kinds of maps for interpretation panels, leaflets and websites. The meticulous hand drawn illustrations are created from observational drawings on location.
The drawings are made digital and can then be reproduced at any size, and on any medium.
This allows enormous flexibility; details can be added or removed depending on your needs;
particular buildings, routes, historical details can be highlighted and text can be added.
Maps can be used on websites and could be made interactive.
Prices vary depending on the project and the clients brief.
In essence an Arthouse map:
• creates positive community focus and awareness
• is user-
• Is easily updated
• Has many uses including: interpretation panels, brochures and leaflets
• Enlivens your website and can help to promote services and businesses
• Provides merchandise – fine art prints, postcards, tea towels etc.
• Has potential to generate income for the community
* High quality products can be sold which appeal to both locals and visitors. Postcards
We take care of the design, print and delivery as part of our service.
MAP OF HAY GIVEN TO DELEGATES FROM TIMBUKTU AT THE TWINNING CEREMONY
• An Arthouse map can show your area to its best advantage.
This beautifully detailed illustration of the buildings and landmarks encourages visitors to explore and discover what your area has to offer.
• Computer designed maps can be harsh on the eye; our hand drawn maps are created with a more organic approach to the design and are friendly
to the eye.
The copyright of the map remains with the artist. This does not affect your
right to reproduce the map on any agreed non-
promotional material. Commissions are under contractual agreement.
• The map is meticulously drawn by hand, and created from observational drawings on location. A comprehensive photographic record is also produced.
• Provided in digital format, the image can be easily amended, updated and reproduced at any size including large format, and printed onto any material.
The map can be used on websites and could be made interactive.
LISA WITH VAL SIMPSON FROM
CLEOBURY COUNTRY MARKETING GROUP