Dietrich-Kitada Projection @100m scale UK centric Political World Map
ROYALTY FREE Dietrich-Kitada Projection World map (UK centric) @100m scale. Fully editable and layered in Illustrator CS and PDF vector formats.You can turn the layers on or off, customise the lines, fills and editable font text, add your own information to create your own styles. Use in design, print, web, apps and much more.
Dietrich-Kitada Projection Political World Map (UK centric) @100m scale
Fully editable small scale World map in a choice of formats.
Layers include: Coastlines, country borders, country fills (as separate objects), country names, sea/ocean names, rivers, major lakes, capital cities plus latitude/longitude @ 10 degree intervals.
Formats: Choose from Illustrator CS (for use with Illustrator CS1 to CS6 or later), Adobe Acrobat Editable PDF 6.0 format or 600 dpi tiff format. Our maps in PDF 6.0 format are fully layered within Acrobat but can still be opened and edited in Illustrator CS4 -CS6 while retaining full layering with 100% editability. Our Tiff files are single layer.
Map dimensions: xx" D x xx" W (xxcm D x xx cm W)
Extracted Document sizes: Illustrator CS: xxMb Acrobat PDF: xxMb Tiff format: Coming soon
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Authors notes: This map is updated for 2013 including newly created South Sudan. These small scale maps in Illustrator and PDF formats contain three layers of the country fills, each layer a different colour density, giving you an immediate choice of colours. Suitable for use from under A4 up to A3+ size. If you would prefer to purchase a set of world maps please visit our World Map Collections category.