03.01.14 by Jeff

Movie Maps by Illustrator Andrew Degraff

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Love these maps based on popular movies, by illustrator Andrew Degraff. The first three are the Indiana Jones films, the next three are Star Wars, and I had to throw Goonies in there. See them all below.


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Andrew Degraff’s Website

via: supersonic electronic

 













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Emily Ok

    I love the movie map idea, and it’s executed soooo well. The Goonies one is my fav!

  • Stian Rasmussen

    So Rad

  • Colin

    love everything about these!

  • northierthanthou.com

    Neat stuff to say the least.

  • chuu

    i love the idea and aesthetic, wish there were detail pictures!

    • Max Walker

      Detail pictures on his website!

  • Wow these are really cool. Love the subtle bright colour strokes that makes their way in.

  • esmone

    wow. i loved stuff like this as a kid – and i still do! haha. amazing work. :)

  • Casey Curran

    I love this! it reminds me of these floor plans of tv show characters
    http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/inaki-aliste-lizarralde-tv-floorplans





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