We are very excited to be sharing our latest photoshoot styled by Jason Grant, photographed in his Byron Bay studio. We wanted to give you ideas on how to style our prints, as well as showcasing some beautiful combinations to make your walls feel like a curated gallery. 

“As a stylist and interior designer it's all about finding those pieces that bring a room together, I love this collection of atmospheric photographic prints seen through travellers eyes by Tracing Maps you can almost see and feel the adventure. I love their ability to transform the look and the feel of a space, they are true hero pieces, art is very personal, my advise is to invest in something that you connect with, things in your home should not only look great but also make you feel great."



With a focus on remarkable scenes, intimate moments and vivid landscapes, Tracing Maps aims to communicate a sense of place. Visual storytelling and documentary style photography is used to inspire the global community to connect with our environment—and to unite different parts of the world through a shared visual language. The collection to date features photography of fauna such as Kangaroos and from some of the worlds most impressive desert landscapes. From a quiet Outback scene at Uluru in the Australian Desert to a cactus in Joshua Tree, Tracing Maps depicts the natural world in all of its moods.

Victoria and Carl – from Argentina and Australia respectively – met through a shared love of photography, travelling, and exploring the outdoors. Tracing Maps is their way of combining these passions.