Saturday, 3 September 2011

Land Marks.

I recently stumbled across a publication called Hesa Inprint, a bilingual magazine described as a platform for anyone with "a vision and a voice". Fancying this notion, I also found the design to be of a very high calibre; a beautiful and clean finish (no pun), and, rather enamored, submitted a drawing to their latest issue; Europe-Eurooppa. I created a tourist's map of Europe, using only infamous landmarks in order to show the placement of European countries, with some missing all together. This was to show the gaps in people's general knowledge about our world's geography, along with the all-consuming power of iconic images.

Full article and image can be see here on the HESA blog:

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