Map highlighting coal plants that pose a threat to local drinking water in and around the Blue Ridge Mountains. I was happy to learn that I don’t live near any coal ash ponds, but am quite sad to see just how many of these power plants pose a significant or higher hazard rating. I’m not […]
Here’s a couple of cartoon maps I did for the July issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors for an article highlighting various outdoorsy road trips along the Blue Ridge Mountains. The top map even includes my first-ever celebrity likeness, Paula Deen (y’all!), for her Savannah restaurant Lady and Sons.
My latest info map for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.
Here’s my latest work for Blue Ridge Outdoors: a map of the Great Eastern Trail featuring some of the many highlights along the way.
Last month’s map was for Louisville in my home state of Kentucky. This month features Jim Thorpe, PA. Next month we’ll start to see things gradually turning to Fall…
This month’s map for Blue Ridge Outdoors covers the Outer Banks of North Carolina and is a fun departure from my usual approach. The features highlighted for the article cover the full length of the OBX, which gave me the perfect excuse to go for a bit of a pirate map look, with the treasures […]
Here are a couple of the latest map illustrations I did for Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine. Next month’s issue features a pirate map style!
These latest maps feature the new direction I’m taking. Basically, all the features will be squeezed more closely together giving a more lively feel and allowing for more color variety. That may not sound like much, but believe me, it makes a big difference. Not only do the maps look ten times better, they’re also […]
My last map for 2010 features Lookout Mountain, Alabama. (Who knew you could go skiing in Alabama?) In related news, the guys at BRO and I have worked out a new and improved direction for the coming maps, which will make them even more fun, colorful and dynamic! I’ve done two already and I really […]
Here are the latest map illustrations for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. This month’s issue features Black Mountain, North Carolina, while last month’s issue featured Chattanooga, Tennessee. I also want to post a big thanks to the team at Blue Ridge for taking me on for another year of map illustration! Woo-hoo!!!