From top: Dublin, Belfast and Cork by Richard E Dalton
Alison Wheeland, of The Irish Workshop, online home of Irish made stuff and whatnot, writes:
Did you know?
Eskimos used to make maps out of driftwood, bone, and pebbles.
The oldest globe in the world is made out of a carved ostrich egg.
Early mapmakers uses to include fake town names to catch forgers.
While we take great joy in unearthing fun facts of all kinds, we here at The Irish Workshop prefer a more minimalistic approach to our maps.
Take a look at these charming prints by our very own Richard E. Dalton. Richard creates maps of Irish towns both big and small, bringing his distinctly straightforward style to each location. What a wonderful, unique, and simple way to show off your hometown pride….
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