Hand Drawing Map of London
London Hand drawing map illustration. The map is an illustrative black an white line drawing walking street map that covers Holland Park up in North West London down to Putney down in South West London, Across to South East London and we are in leafy East Dulwich and back up in Central London you would be well placed in the Financial Centre of London city.
Within the black and white map drawing, you will recognise some well known London locations such as The London Eye, Battersea Power station, Brixton Academy, Victoria & Albert Museum, Buckingham Palace, Tate Modern, and St Pauls Cathedral. you can find more information on these interesting locations here.
I have also added locations that are not as well know which include the some of the following, Dulwich Velodrome, Elephant and Castle statue, Camberwell Submarine, Clapham Common bandstand, and St Mary’s church in Battersea.
The London map illustrated Drawing my goal was to illustrate a tightly condensed map that combined London landmarks, the area locations typographically represented as well as the names of the locations in a scripted font. I wanted to showcase the gems of London in an easy to read a map that could be used to navigate and plan a visit to London a location and enjoy the area.
The map is a loose representation of London, with the locations overlaid over the major roads of London and the River Thames running through the middle of the map as a key identifier for navigating this London map.