Two maps commissioned for an art and history trail project - 'Walking through Time' for Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre and the University of Warwick.  They feature some of the university sculpture collection and sites of historical interest within the campus grounds - from evidence of medieval farming and pottery to iron age forts and the gruseome tale of why Gibbet Hill got its name...
They were entirely hand painted and lettered in watercolour and based on traditional 18th century maps. The trails can be downloaded here.
As part of the project, two guidebooks were also created that can be found in the Drawing gallery.

Pop-up booth and signage.

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