London-based artist Claire Brewster takes tourist-helpers and cuts them into colorful birds. These birds are made out of the very thing that they fly over with flapping wings. The maps themselves are decorated in geographical landscapes that are very useful for any cartographer. Their vibrant designs stand out even more against a white background because the bright colors shine even more. There are also slits in the birds so a shadow can be seen on the white background.
If you happen to look up in a tree and see one of these winged creatures, snatch it and put it in your scrapbook as soon as possible. While the birds of Claire Brewster may be pleasing to gaze upon, they should not be used for actual direction due to the holes and slits in the birds.
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