Off Course is a fictional anthology of thirteen maps about food. You can see the full project here.
Below you'll find a selection of my favorites (click to enlarge). All material was designed and illustrated by me and written by the lovely Kelsey Boylan.
An illustrated look at a lonely man's TV dinner, as if it were an island.
An isometric illustration of a fictional sausage factory.
The story of the infamous Ray's Pizza, a pizza shop in New York that spurred a generation of copycats.
A hand drawn map of a childhood home.
A satirical exhibit guide to an American kitchen in 2016.
A map of the Tokyo subway system made out of ramen, that marks underground subway noodle shops.
A graphical representation of the gentrification of San Francisco's Valencia Street.
And, if you made it this far, topographical maps of vaginas and their respective wine pairings.