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Map of Paris: Illustrator For Hire

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As an illustrator for hire, an Art Director in New York once said to me, “I want you to be the Map Man” whilst she was looking through my portfolio, so I decided to create this new illustration, of a map!

As my way of working fits quite well into maps and that of infographics, and because I really enjoy producing them, I decided to produce an illustrated map of Paris. Showcasing the main things to see in the city, this illustration is basically a tourist map. As I’m an illustrator for hire, I thought this would make a good addition to my portfolio.

From my research into the city, and from the many films I have watched which are based in Paris, it seems like a great place to go and visit, as I’ve never actually been to the French capital.

Working from my sketchbook thumbnails, which is shown below, I wanted to show the famous landmarks of the city, including that of the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Louvre, Luxembourg Palace, Les Invalides and the Notre Dame. I wanted there to be an aspect of roads as well within the map, as I think it was important to show this. The painting is done with gouache and water colour which is scanned into Photoshop.

Contact Haydn Symons: Illustrator For Hire

If you like this illustrated map of Paris, do get in touch with me at any point! I’m an illustrator for hire, and I’ll love to hear from you!

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Illustrated Map Of Paris

Illustrated Map Of Paris

Illustrated Map Of Paris Sketchbook

Illustrated Map Of Paris Sketchbook

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