World War I Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

World War I Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

UK-based illustrator Ed Fairburn has created a series of portraits on World War I military maps of the Western Front. In Part I of the series, Fairburn used ink to draw the portraits directly on to the maps (in a style reminiscent of his earlier map portraits). Part II includes additional ink and paper cutting by collaborator Bobbie-Jo. Both series are available at notonthehighstreet.com.

World War I Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

World War I Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

World War I Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

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