Illustrated Maps

Pulaski TN

It’s been exciting to see how excited OTHERS get about these illustrated maps I have created. I love capturing things that make any place special, and creating something that can either be used for promotional purposes or just art to appreciate in your home or business.

*All of these images  are copyrighted and Federally Registered pieces of art, and it is illegal to reproduce or use in any way or share without permission.

Here are some illustrated maps I have done:


Copyright Jennifer S. Britton, Brentwood TN

Brentwood Map Illustration

I worked with the City of Brentwood to create this piece to celebrate their 50th birthday in 2019! It was fun to learn about the history of the city and some of the locally loved places in the area. #BrentwoodTN50

These prints and limited-edition canvas prints are available to purchase at City Hall in Brentwood.

I also created some other fun items to celebrate the big year, including shirts, tea towels, and recycled tote bags. Shop the tea towels and totes here.  The limited-edition shirts are being sold as a fundraiser for the Brentwood GreenSpace, and can also be purchase at City Hall, while supplies last.


Pulaski TN

I worked with the Giles County Chamber of Commerce to create a map that celebrates the history they are proud of, as well as exciting new things in downtown Pulaski, TN.

These are available to purchase exclusively at the Giles County Chamber of Commerce office, as of June 16, 2018.


Westhaven Porchfest 2018 Map print by Cordially Creative

I worked with Westhaven (a adorable community right outside of downtown Franklin, TN) to create this illustrated map for their annual Porchfest event in June. They are using this day-of to hand out for directional purposes, and I will be selling limited-edition prints at Porchfest on June 16, 2018!


Franklin TN art map illustration by Cordially Creative

Historic Main Street Franklin, TN

I had fun creating this illustrated map of Main Street in Franklin, TN. Have you been?! It’s an adorable area with lots of boutique shops, restaurants, and historic Civil War-era buildings. As a graduate of O’More College of Design, this location is close to my heart. These prints are available to purchase in my online shop here.

To see more maps I have illustrated, you can go to this page of my website.

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