Mr. Vess recently posted his illustration for 'mapping' the land which the reader needs 'instructions' to navigate.
To see a larger version, click HERE or on the image and be taken to his site to see it there.
Charles has also posted a few interesting fairy tale maps he's found along the way and I thought I'd do the same.
"The Land of Make Believe" by Jaro Hess. It was created in 1930 and is thought to be one of the first times all the fairy tale 'lands' were put together as if they exist/ed in the same space and time. You can find more interesting information about this map HERE.
The one above is a real map of a tour (it's actually a self-navigated route most of the time unless there's a promotion like the current Disney one) you can take in Germany to sites said to be the inspiration for the local versions of the Grimm's tales. SurLaLune had a brief post about a current Disney version of the tour, which you can find HERE.
I'm surprised there aren't more maps of fairy tales and make believe, available. I'm positive I've seen a map for the whole story of Disney's Snow White (when I was a child - not recently) but I can't find it, or reference to it, anywhere.
Do feel free to post a comment if you have any information, or other maps to share.