Cartographical Paintings by Paul Morstad

Old school mapmaking used to have a bit more flourish than modern day atlases, which Paul recounts in his series of painted maps, populated by the species inhabiting the geographical areas, retaking the land from the encroachment of humanity.

Artist: Website (via: Faith Is Torment)

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