OREMANTIS MAP  I  DESIGN STUDIO

 

PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE

Family Walks in Cape Town

The brief

- Each map will show the landmarks discussed in the text (using a numbering system), the relevant street names, a key that will list the landmarks, distances, type of terrain and effort.

- We want the maps to have a hand-drawn, illustrated, informal feel while still being legible, attractive and useful.

- Use of full colour



The Cape Town Book

The brief

- Each map will show the landmarks discussed in the text (using a numbering system), the relevant street names, a key that will list the landmarks, distances, type of terrain and effort.

- Maps to have a vintage feel

- Use of full colour



Walking Cape Town

The brief

- Each map will show the landmarks discussed in the text (using a numbering system), the relevant street names, a key that will list the landmarks, distances, type of terrain and effort.

- We want the maps to have a hand-drawn, illustrated, informal feel while still being legible, attractive and useful.

- Use of full colour


Field Guide: Battlefields of South Africa  

The brief

- Show hill/mountains

- Add colour arrows for battle advances

- Design a consistent spec to suit the supplied texture background


Kenya The Beautiful 

The brief

- Country map: 230mm (h) x 220 mm (w), full-colour

- Electronic files and fonts of base map supplied

- Texture map to be dropped in

- Show all park boundaries and names

- Additional parks and marine reserves to be added

- Add labels for geographic features



Paths to Pubs

The brief

- Book size is A5 portrait

- Base maps supplied by NGI

- Base maps to be grayscale, 70% b/w and 300dpi

- Ensure base maps are supplied with a straight orientation

- Map spec and font supplied on a template

- Font is chalkboard bold 7pt

- Add scale bar and north symbol

- Create parking, POI, gradient and directional symbols

- Use the base map, hand drawn routes from the authors’ notes



South Africa by Road A Regional Guide

The brief

- Convert original data from Freehand to Illustrator

- Tweak the map design to compliment the rest of the guide

- Implement a visually attractive way to display an English and Afrikaans  version of a map label

- Add POI’s mentioned in each chapter, where they are not in the original file