ILLUSTRATED MAPS OF LONDON BY HOUSE OF CALLY
We present the illustrated maps of London by House of Cally. There are a total of 9 maps, representing the central, west, east, north, south-west an south-east areas of London. These meticulously hand-drawn illustrated maps of London are packed with an incredible amount of detail. This means that each time you look at it, you will spot something new. They would be the perfect gift for loved ones.
In these maps, Cally has showcased London’s world renowned cultural and historical patrimony. However, she has also included fun and quirky popular culture references (some of which verging on the obscure). In summary, there is something for everyone. There are also two limited edition screen printed versions of the map of London. These are available in black and blue.
WHAT’S IN THE MAPS
Below you will find a brief guide to the illustrated maps of London by House of Cally.
- The illustrated map of London is a comprehensive and highly detailed guide to all that London has to offer.
- There are two limited edition screen printed illustrated maps of London, which come in blue and black.
- The illustrated map of Central London focuses on the centre of the city. It includes places of interest such as Big Ben, the Tower of London, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Shard and much more.
- For fans of the Wild West, the illustrated map of West London may be just what you are looking for. The ever fashionable Notting Hill, museums and royal palaces are just some of the highlights.
- For the Eastenders among you, the illustrated map of East London is ideal. This map features the skyscrapers of the City and Docklands, the iconic Tower Bridge and the bearded hipsters of Shoreditch .
- If you’re from north of the river, perhaps the illustrated map of North London is more your cup of tea. This map includes places such as Alexandra Palace, the British Library, the Camden Roundhouse and a mini homage to Amy Winehouse.
- For those of you who love the south, the illustrated map of South-West London is for you. From the leafy tranquil of Richmond Park to the bustling multicultural Brixton, there is something for everyone. The map includes places such as Battersea Power Station, the V&A Museum and Albert Bridge. In addition, Cally has paid tribute to the one and only David Bowie.
- Last but not least, the illustrated map of South-East London features attractions such as the O2 Arena, the Cutty Sark and the Dulwich Picture Gallery. Not forgetting to mention a cheeky reference to Only Fools and Horses.