WHAT WE'RE WORKING ON NOW.
Welcome to our “Now” page. I am Oli, co-founder & captain of Royale Maps.
Catherine is the navigator, creative designer and cartographer of Royale Maps.
This “now” page lets you catch a glimpse of what we’re currently focusing on and what’s coming next.
Why is designing the Map of California so laborious? Marketing wise it’s a good one: plenty of visitors, habitants, dreamers… potential buyers. When in doubt, a friend I have recently met has told me to simply ask myself this: “does it feel right, or does it feel off?” Feeling instead
It’s been too long. Side projects have veered me away from cartography and it’s time I injected some love back into Royale Maps. Don’t get me wrong, I am grateful for the opportunities I have been given to work on a piece of Manx cultural heritage which will long outlast
It’s that time of year again, longer days, life rising from the ground up, daffodils bringing some much-needed warmth with their vibrant yellows and… fluttering butterflies. This year, four species of butterflies require our attention: the wall, the comma, the holly blue, and the orange-tip. Butterflies might not be as
Anemones are the flowers of the roockpools. Brightly coloured and still, there are easy to spot and admire. Beadlet anemones are numerous and quite often, the first you will see on a low tide. Clinging to rocks among the limpets, they’ll appear like a lifeless, burgundy, gelatinous blob. But don’t