Featured Map - RHS Garden Hyde Hall
An illustrative plan of a garden open to the public, RHS Garden Hyde Hall. Initially produced for inclusion in a guidebook, this plan highlights the main areas of the garden as well as showing the location of the main facilities accessible to the public.
This map has subsequently been used for signage on site as well as in other written publications relating to the garden.
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 Maps - The Illustrated Bible
Four maps in a much larger series produced for a comprehensive reference book, published by Dorling Kindersley, exploring the Bible, its stories and influence upon the world.
The brief for these maps included a need to emphasise the amount of time which has passed between the present day and the stories being mapped. As such, a slightly weathered appearance has been employed with the effects of digital art brushes prominent in the design.
Further information regarding 'The Illustrated Bible' can be found here.
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 Map - Cycling in the Netherlands
One map from a large series produced by for inclusion in a guidebook, published by CycleCity Guides, focusing on a series of cycling tours across the Netherlands. This map shows an overview of the routes described in more detail throughout the remainder of the book.
A subtle colour scheme has been used for the background elements of this map, allowing the cycling routes to be more easily identified. This map, as like all the others produced for this project, incorporates data derived from the OpenStreetMap project.