New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
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New York City

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If we lived in days of old when magic filled the land, then New York would be the place that we galloped night and day to get to. Then, we'd push past rivers of people to ascend the stairs of some massive tower only to find some dusty map. THIS IS THAT MAP. 

UN-FRAMED

High quality print of my hand-drawn map. It’s printed on heavy paper (think card-stock but thinner) with a Matte finish. This thing is hand-drawn, so I wouldn’t recommend it for navigating cities or hiking trails....or really anything except wandering.

FRAME OPTION

These frames perfectly compliment my maps. They have a “distressed” look to them that add to the vibe I’m going for. With a good solid build, these frames will last for generations with a style that is timeless.

  • 100% Wooden Frames
  • Shatter Resistant Plexiglass insert
  • Vertical and Horizontal “claw” mounts

The frame will be shipped with the map separately. This helps minimize potential damage during the treacherous shipping process.

Note from the Artist: Personally, I prefer to hang my art without any sort of glass insert. While the glass prevents damage, I think it introduces a glare that I want to avoid. Without glass, you can take pictures of your map in direct sunlight glare free!