Featured Illustration - Meadow Grasshopper
A vector illustration of a female Meadow Grasshopper (Chorthippus parallelus). Whilst not a scientific study, the aim of this artwork, created almost entirely in a vector illustration package, was to reflect this insect in its environment as accurately as possible.
A series of photographic source materials were used in the compilation of this artwork. This allowed the finer details to be examined and, it is hoped, reflected more precisely in the illustration than may otherwise have been possible.
Merritt Cartographic produces digital, graphically rich maps for the purposes of illustration, education and the display of thematic information.
Maps for Children
Merritt Cartographic creates maps for the younger reader. Employing bright and colourful designs, these maps are tailored to suit the needs of children as they learn about the world.
Merritt Cartographic designs interactive maps for deployment on websites and in applications. Using custom styles and dynamic features, we create maps that visualise your information.
Featured Illustration - Cafe Visualisation
This illustration was created to help an organisation who were looking to convert a building, which had previously been used as a church hall, in to a small cafe.
This visualisation was used to help the people planning the work decide upon the layout of the cafe. It was also used to raise awareness of the scheme to redevelop this building amongst members of the local community and the public in general.
Merritt Cartographic can provide detailed and varied graphic products and illustrations to assist you in meeting the objectives for your publication.
Purchase posters of some of Merritt Cartographic's most popular maps from this store. These custom designed map posters are ideal for direct display or framing.
For more information regarding our services and how they apply to your project, or for more information in general, please get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you.
Featured Graphic - World Population Distribution
This display contains graphs and a thematic map. The main focus of this graphic was to highlight the variations in population density across the world. The series of 'spherical graphs' highlight the relative populations of each of the continents over time.
The main graphic on show here uses a three-dimensional approach to map the world's population by density. Utilising the third dimension in this way gives the viewer an immediate impression as to the distribution of the world's population.