As you can see in the photo to the left, our wall map of
Florida is about 4 feet long on each side. All of the dimensions listed in our website are approximate, so we suggest that you take the map to your framer before ordering framing materials. Our series of state wall maps includes all fifty states. We also have wall maps of the
United States, two national parks,
and the world.
Whether displayed in a home, school or office, our wall maps are sure to attract attention.
Most of us think of maps as precise representations of particular areas. We often forget that they are also an art form. It is the artful combination of precision and creativity that produces our beautiful wall maps. Below are a few terms we often use to describe our maps:
Shaded Relief: The map appears three-dimensional because shading has been added to the southeast side of the slopes, as if the sun were casting shadows on a midsummer's late afternoon.
Elevation Tinted: Elevations on our wall maps are indicated in color, usually with greens for the lowest elevations, rising through yellows and tans through browns and finally to greys and white for the highest elevations. You can see at a glance if an area is at sea level, 5000 feet or10,000 feet, just by the color.
Cultural Information: Cities, boundaries, highways, airports - all the map information reflecting human activity on the land.