The Making of the Myths Map

My thanks to Gravitywell, the award-winning digital media company in Bristol, for sharing this example of how my artwork for the English Heritage Myths Map was layered by them to create an interactive experience across diverse platforms. This is just a small corner of the map, but you can experience the full effect by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page.

 

 

I produced all the artwork for the map, and the entire project was designed, built and launched by Gravitywell in a six week schedule. There were times when it seemed an almost impossibly short time in which to achieve everything, but we did it!

Click here for the full Myths Map experience.

2 thoughts on “The Making of the Myths Map

  1. The first thing I did was click on the Temple of Mithras, memories of Rosemary Sutcliffe. Always wanted to go to Hadrians Wall but the state of the legs mean this aint going to happen BUT with your help and the inventive people around you…I can go everywhere!
    Love and thanks
    B xxx

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