Maps of the best places to weather the zombie apocalypse.
A wonderful ode to the mythology and sense of adventure found within fictional maps.
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Beautiful cartography based on literary locales.
A fun way to track your travels, whether here in the States or around the globe.
Proudly display your journeys and adventures in life with this handsome pinboard travel map.
The history of English literature set to the art of cartography.
A 98-page collection featuring 32 beautiful, interesting, full-color maps designed by cartographers all around the world.
Charts the stars of the northern and southern hemispheres and includes diagrams of our earth’s axis, phases of the moon, solstices, equinoxes, eclipses, and illustrations of more notable satellites.
Gorgeous luggage tags that you design and customize every aspect of.
An inflatable globe that can be colored with included craft markers.
A hand-drawn map of Mars that combines the romance of ancient maps with modern data about the Red Planet’s geographical features and humanity’s rover landings there.
A 200-page journal with a cover that can be customized to display just about any location in the world.
These Spaceflight maps are perfect for anyone who’s ever dreamed of going to space. From Apollo 11 and Apollo 13 mission routes to lunar landings and even to a Kennedy Space Center launchpad, these prints are sure to make your inner astronaut happy. They’re printed on heavy pearlescent paper stock, giving them a beautiful and subtle metallic shimmer. City Prints carries the…
If you like maps, this is the book for you. A Map of the World collects the cartographic designs of designers, illustrators, and mapmakers from all around the world. Some are surprisingly detailed and accurate, while others are of the ‘artistic interpretation’ variety. This is the kind of book you can get lost in for days, taking in all of its whimsical…
Below The Boat is a collection of laser-cut, wood undersea maps. Starting with data from bathymetric charts, these artists use birch pieces to build a layered look at what’s under the surface. Once complete, the maps are placed in solid-wood frames and protected with a sheet of ultra-transparent Plexiglas. The one pictured above is of the San Francisco bay. At 25×31 inches,…