Our Artists

We are very lucky to work with our small but growing team of artists. If you make map or location prints we would love to hear from you!

alex foster mapsy artist

Alex Foster


Alex Foster is an illustrator and the founder of Mapsy, based in sunny Margate, UK. He specialises in map illustration and works across a variety of projects from children's work to editorial and print.


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claire huntley mapsy artist

Claire Huntley


Claire Huntley is an illustrator and designer who loves to explore art, design, film, fashion, music, history, travel and architecture, in its many forms. This is combined with a love for exploring London’s rich history and culture which provides plentiful source material for creative projects.


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dan bell mapsy artist

Dan Bell


Dan is 25 years old, lives in the Lake District and originally trained as an evolutionary biologist at Imperial College, London. He began drawing maps in 2017 and has ambitions to map out the world's national parks, cities and countries: all in Tolkien's famous cartographic style. He enjoys looking at real world maps, and totally re-imagining them in his very unique way.


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hannah detterbeck mapsy artist

Hannah Detterbeck


Hannah Detterbeck is an Illustration student at the HAW in Germany. She is living in a tiny apartment in rainy Hamburg and runs an online store, where she sells prints, stationery, buttons and enamel mugs.


Hannah's maps

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Katie lukes mapsy artist

Katie Lukes


Katie Lukes is a Designer and Illustrator living and working in Chicago, IL. She enjoys illustrating people, places, and letters for clients large and small. She's fond of primary colors and celebrating the small, everyday details in her work.


Katie's maps

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Jane smith mapsy artist

Jane Smith


Jane Smith has worked as a practising artist and illustrator for over 30 years in London.
Her illustration work covers many subjects though maps and architecture feature prominently. Jane’s personal work also includes prints of London architecture and cityscapes as well as extensive sketchbooks from her travels. A love of linocut also informs her style, as well as line drawing.


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