Story Boards – Latitude Kinsale
Each of our storyboards can be made for anywhere in the world, based on the maritime chart.
Our Storyboard Chart Range
A picture captures a memory, a 3D relief chart captures the location! Here we combine a series of 3D relief charts of different areas to tell a story!
Each 3D captures an event which could be a home port, a favourite destination, a funny story, a memorable cruise or whatever you think is worth telling as a story. The events are grouped together in one frame to tell the story.
Every chart is unique and hand-made.
Suggestions for Storyboard Chart ideas include: a lifetime cruise to the Antarctic, a family gift to the father showing the four locations where they had major encounters. A gift to the owner as a thank you for the cruise to France, showing the 3 favourite harbours. A wedding gift to the couple from the best man. A birthday gift to the surfing enthusiastic husband. A prize for the willing media reporter on the Volvo Ocean race showing four locations that depicted the race: The start in Alicante, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Horn and the finish in St Petersburg.
The presentation is neat, interesting, a conversation piece and a lifetime asset. To achieve this with photography would take up too much space and would not necessarily fit in with the decor of a room whereas the Storyboard 3D chart blends in with any setting.
The process of creating a piece for you is simple, just give us the background story and we will research the relevant charts and then make a presentation to you with different ideas to choose from.
The key to Latitude Kinsale’s success.
Being creative is the key to Latitude Kinsale´s success. You know that our work is very high quality and that the end result is truly a work of art that will last a lifetime and more. Our clients will stand testimony to our work, our commitment to quality and our assurance of providing you with a unique solution no matter where you live in the world. We have clients in Australia, New Zealand, throughout Europe, Russia, Hong Kong, Singapore, USA, Africa, India … see our galleries.
This chart features the lighthouses of Ireland, of which there are many.These buildings are a vital part of Ireland's marine history and of course their core function is to keep people safe while at sea. Since ancient times, long before modern navigational aids,...read more
The Solent is the strait that separates the Isle of Wight from the mainland of England. It is about 20 miles in length and varies in width between one and four miles. The Solent is a major shipping route for passenger, freight and military vessels. It is an important...read more
Carlingford Lough is a glacial fjord that forms part of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. On its northern shore is Co. Down and on its southern shore is Co. Louth. At its extreme interior angle it is fed by the Newry River. The area has been a...read more
The Sound of Mull separates the Inner Hebridean island of Mull from the Morvern Peninsula on Scotland’s mainland. Outer Loch Linnhe is included, as is the smaller Loch Aline on the mainland. Loch Ba can be seen on the Isle of Mull. This is a spectacular coastline...read more