Geofilters are a fun way to share where you are through filter overlays. They let Snapchat users add fun location illustrations to any photo they take. First introduced to the public in August of 2014, geofilters have taken the world by storm. As of today, there are 265 million Snapchat users across the globe. Geofilters are popular due to the exclusivity of an area, and the amount of time it is available there. The plan for this project was to design and create illustrative visuals to be geofilters on Snapchat. I chose three tall United States landmarks and then used the title of the area they are in to create a fun, hand-rendered visual. The places I ended up choosing were Seattle and the Space Needle, Yellowstone and Old Faithful, and Utah and the Arches. These are not real filters, as one needs to pay for the different kinds of filters and they also need to be in the area that the filter applies to.