Archives › map

Laser-cut wooden topographical map by 54/50


A Nations of Laser-cut States

Portland, Oregon
54/50 has created this stunning set of laser-cut wooden topographical state maps that assemble to form one beautiful map of the United States. Wow.
Via Notcot


Maps are a constant request here at Vectorvault. Several times a month we have visitors asking for a world map or a very specific location. Now, the only place you need to look is here.

 digital-vector-maps has a huge library of detailed vector maps of virtually every location on Earth. pay them a visit. Look around and then bookmark it for the future. There will come a day when you’ll need a detailed map of somewhere specific.

Hey, I can see my house from here!

Ana Kawaiii – Vector subway maps in the form of animals

Portugal – 

Ana is an art student with a genuine passion for vector art. These two selections are paticularly special because they are so simple and unique. These two were sent to us by one of our readers who liked this approach very much. Subways could use some more life. well done.

ana kawaiii vector subway illustrations portugal free vector vectorvault

“I didnt really enjoy doing vectors until now cause i didnt understand how to make them, and nobody teached me how to use Ilustrator…

Then i started seeing tuturials and trying to do things my way, and little by little i was doing things a mouth ago i didnt imagine me capable off…

Vectors are sinnounous of hard work but i really love the clean look in the end.”


 We are proud to say that Any Kawaii (aka Ana Sofia) has been with Anchorpoint since March of 2008. We plan on watching her portfolio grow as she takes on new and exciting projects. Keep up the great work Ana.

Diviant Art Portfolio





This is a shape that every designer must have in their toolbox. At one point in your career you’ll be needing this. Download now. Thank us later.

world map vector vectorvault free vector files free vector free vector images


GLOBAL ARMS – vectorized interactive map

Stockholm, Sweden – is a data visualization project that shows international arms transactions between 1950 and 2006. The site (a big ole Java applet) was created by Jeffrey Warren of Vestal Design, based on data from Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. Click on the map to see just how bad things are getting.

global arms traffic animation flash vector art vectorvault
*(source) Boing Boing