About Adobe Illustrator Format Maps
Vector Maps You Can Edit to Suit Your Needs
Explore Our Extensive Collection of Royalty Free Adobe Illustrator Maps
Maps With True Digital Editing Capabilities
In 1987, when Adobe Illustrator was released, Map Resources was the first to offer professional quality maps that were specially designed for graphic designers.
By using Illustrator's layers palette to organize map layers, Map Resources set the standard for editable map graphics. By optimizing other tools in Illustrator, such as the area objects, fonts, and line width, Map Resources created a collection of editable maps that met the exacting requirements of graphics professionals.
Map Resources maps are created so you can modify the map to suit your project. Here's what you get with every Adobe Illustrator format map from Map Resources:
- All Features are in Layers that you can turn on or off
Map features are saved in layers, which makes it easy to turn features on or off so you get to choose which features to include. Up to 75 layers per map, and every one can be manipulated independently.
- All Areas are complete objects you can select and modify
Every geographic area (eg countries, states, counties) is a separate object you can select and edit. This makes it easy to highlight specific states, geographic regions, cities, or provinces with color or fill patterns. Or create a custom area by selecting a group of objects and copying to new file.
- All Lines are fully editable
Every line on a map (eg road, boundary, river) can be edited. You can change color, line width, line style. If you want a dashed boundardy, it's simple to create one.
- All Text is fully editable font text (not outlines)
Text is font-based, so it's easy to change the font size and style. You can use your own choice of fonts. You can also add text with your own messaging.
More About Adobe Illustrator Specs
All our AI (Adobe Illustrator Format) maps are delivered as editable, layered Adobe Illustrator files. You must have Adobe Illustrator to open and edit these maps.