Stunning Ink and Pencil Portraits on Maps - My Modern Metropolis

Stunning Ink and Pencil Portraits on Maps

Stunning Ink and Pencil Portraits on Maps - Great Creative Imagination project. All students would be given a paper map for this project.

Maps illustrations by Ed Fairburn -- stunning. Maybe I need a Maps pin board.

Incredible New Portraits Carved from Old Military Maps - Stafford Lane by Ed Fairburn via My Modern Metropolis

Using maps to create illustrations of portraits! This is inventive and different? It would be good to show within a piece of work that's a portrait of someone who loves to travel.

funny-maps-portrait-painting-faces-texturess maybe im a fangirl but this reminds me of Gaea in the heroes of Olympus series

Anthology Magazine | Artwork | Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

‘Norwich’, ink on an original map of Norwich – the third addition to the Quarter Scale Series. by Ed Fairburn *** Road maps overlayed would be a sweet idea!

Elaborate New Portraits Drawn on Vintage Maps by Ed Fairburn portraits maps drawing

Elaborate New Portraits Drawn on Vintage Maps by Ed Fairburn

Bristol Envelope, A small portrait, produced in ink on an original street map of Bristol (UK) – this was later cut and folded to form an envelope, combining the current map works produced by Fairburn and a previous project—postal art. - Ed Fairburn

Elaborate New Portraits Drawn on Vintage Maps by Ed Fairburn portraits maps drawing

Elaborate New Portraits Drawn on Vintage Maps by Ed Fairburn

Portraits Drawn on Maps by Ed Fairburn - Pencil on an original map of the Peak District

Illustrator Ed Fairburn's Maps series turns road and subway maps into interesting canvases for his ink and pencil portraits. The artist utilizes the multicolored, patterned surface of each map to serve as an eye-catching attribute that echoes the complex textures found in the human form.

Stunning Ink and Pencil Portraits on Maps

Ink on a Miles Around’ map of Bournemouth — Portraits Drawn on Maps series by Ed Fairburn

cartography portrait by ed fairburn

UK-based illustrator Ed Fairburn has created a series of portraits on World War I military maps of the Western Front. In Part I of the series, Fairburn use

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