Archaeological Drawings

We are skilled in all stages of archaeological drawing, from the first documentation of finds to the final preparation of the drawing in ink. We are also skilled in the use of vector-based software for printing.

Artistic drawing conventions, used by archaeological illustrators, reveal the individual character of the artefact and add aesthetic value to your publication. They helps to elicit the finest details, which a photograph alone cannot often communicate.

Digital fine drawings present clear outlines, while the vector-based file format makes it easy to scale the images to any size for further use.

The final images are always provided in digital file format for archival storage.

There are many ways to effectively illustrate archaeological material. Feel free to contact us about the illustration possibilities and ideas for your project.

Final drawing of a Sassanian stamp seal. Client: Dr. Nils C. Ritter, Institute for Near Eastern Archaeology, Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin.
Archaeological drawing of a perforated bone pendant. Client: Dr. Anneliese Peschlow-Bindokat, Latmos Project, German Archaeological Institute (DAI).