Eshelman hand-paints and letters her maps, including this one of Mt. Rainier; like all great cartographers, she spends a lot of time on the land. It’s a real kind of map that can make you feel a noseful of 6° air.
Schlosser makes high-craft maps of France with vectors, rasters, inks, watercolors, acrylics, glazes, fired clay. Best living cartographer.
Arborist and artist Reynold “Mac” Mackey drops a tree, has a neighbor turn the thickest part on a lathe to make a 45-lb solid sphere, then spends three years carving an accurate physiographic globe. He uses a dremel and dental picks to chip seamounts, ridges, ranges, drainages, so fine you can find your favorite kettle lake with a magnifying glass.
Swirling 28x39" ink-and-watercolor nautical maps of Brittany, buildings, roads, cliffs, ranges, aids to navigation.
Hall, an illustrator, first drew maps in his notebook to pass time as a gallery security guard. He posted them, mapped more, and now he has an agent to handle his deals. Hall revived the reference map: illustrations, hand-drawn relief, flawless type, every single inch gets full regard.
Five-foot beautifully lit panoramas by a National Geographic cartographer. Made with 3D software and perfectly draped.
An illustrator and cartographer making rich maps of Spain and his native England.
Kevin Sheehan’s beautifully-lettered ink maps of European cities; get a print or a puzzle.
Michelle Snyder designed 30+ colorful and detailed letterpress maps.
Bio PhD, graphics editor, scientific illustrator, cartographer of earth and sky, what can’t she do?
Swirling nautical maps of Brittany in ink and watercolors.