Map of the British Isles Canvas Print

By Laila Hills

Map of the British Isles Canvas Print

This striking piece of nursery art is the latest addition to our well-loved map series by Laila Hills. ‘Map of the British Isles’ is beautifully detailed and contains a multitude of fun and vibrant illustrations marking significant and memorable icons within each city - the perfect way to introduce your child to the geography of our great British Isles. Enjoy spotting Robin Hood of Sherwood Forest, the footballer in Manchester, the hiker in the Lake District or Loch Ness in Scotland! Stylish and educational – the perfect gift for map lovers everywhere, both big and small.

Nursery art specifications:

  • 50 x 70 x 2 cm (20 x 28 x 0.8 in)
  • Giclée cotton canvas print, finished on all sides
  • Stretched around a wooden frame (FSC approved wood)
  • Hanger attached for wall mounting

 

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About the Artist

Laila Hills

I am an illustrator and designer who lives and works in the South West of England. My childhood included lots of foreign travel and I also went to school in different countries. This meant that I had lots of teachers from different parts of the world, which made for an interesting education.

I knew from a very young age that I wanted to work in art and design, and I was very focused on becoming a designer.

I studied graphics and illustration at college and then worked for a greetings card company. When I returned from maternity leave I began to specialise in children’s stationery, which was an excuse to immerse myself in children’s TV with my daughter – who is the first person I ask to approve my work!

There are clear influences in my work from my graphic design past; I have worked on many licensed designs, including most major children’s brands. This definitely makes me think very hard about making characters appealing and interesting.

I am half Danish and this also gives a Scandinavian feel to my more decorative work; Scandinavian design is very clean and concise and I’m always looking to emulate this in my work.