When I read a travel article I like to have a map. I need to see where the writer is having lunch or looking at a ruin. It doesn't need to have a perfect inch-to-miles ratio, but I like it to have details and flavor. I did this map of Capri and used it as a bookmark while I was reading an article about the island in Vanity Fair. (The article didn't have a map.) Maps are a speciality of mine. I've painted them for Travel & Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Vanity Fair, Gourmet, the New Yorker and SPY. My very first magazine gig was a series of satiric maps I drew for Rolling Stone. This was years ago; the musicians on the covers look barely middle-aged.