2010 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Map
2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2013 Ext | 2014 | 2014 Ext | 2015 | 2015 Ext | 2016
Previous maps for this show :
2010 51st Annual | 2011 52nd Annual | 2012 53rd Annual | 2013 54th Annual | 2014 55th Annual | 2015 56th Annual | 2016 57th Annual | 2017 58th Annual | 2018 59th Annual | 2019 60th Annual
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show "You Are Here" signs
2013 looking north | 2013 Engine Tent
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Transit Maps
2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 Water Taxi | 2015 Bus
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Map Video
2013 54th Annual
BOAT SHOW MAPS:
BOAT SHOW MAPS ARTICLE - SOUTHERN BOATING MAGAZINE 2016:
"Navigating Miami’s multiple venues is easier when you use a map. If you’re at Yachts Miami Beach – formerly The Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show – the man behind those maps is John Potter of Escape Key Graphics, who created his first boat show map for the 201 Fort Lauderdale Int’l. Boat Show. It wasn’t long before the creative concept spread. Less intimidating than site plans and more easier to follow than an aerial photography, Potter’s maps now grace the Stuart Boat Show, St. Petersburg Power & Sailboat Show in Florida and International Boat Shows like Newport, Palm Beach and Panama. His work on these shows frequently extends to many maps such as detailed area maps and transit maps. Potter’s maps can also be seen beyond the yachting industry in theme parks, resorts, wildlife sanctuaries, municipalities, campuses and gardens including Flamingo Gardens, Dinosaur World parks or The Dover International Speedway."
AXONOMETRIC AND ISOMETRIC ILLUSTRATIONS:
WHAT ARE AXONOMETRIC AND ISOMETRIC ILLUSTRATIONS?:
Axonometric and isometric drawings don’t have realistic perspective. I use specific mathematical formulas to draw this way. In these images things further away don’t appear smaller and therefore have equal weight of importance to things nearby. My axonometric maps and illustrations are generally bold and have a slightly cartoon like look. This method of rendering perspective is commonly used in technical and engineering drawings. I began using this method of drawing as an illustration tool in 2007.
The difference between isometric and axonometric is isometric drawings are really just from a straight on corner angle but axonometric drawings can be from other angles. Most of my illustrations have parts that are isometric, but are largely axonometric. I have a habit of calling them all isometric, but I shouldn't.
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