where on earth?

i just love these very clever typographical maps from tüt. these prints are hand-screened on recycled paper in the United Kingdom, in two very handsome colors – a slate blue, and a pale eggshell blue. makes geography oh so much more fun! choose from the us of a, and the british isles!

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15 Responses to “where on earth?”
  1. suzanne says:

    these are amazing! i’ve seen the ones for a specific city, but the country ones blow me away!

    -suzanne
    awkwardly chic

  2. Oh how adorable. I use to live in Ireland and am currently in America and i think these would be great maps as such to have hanging on the wall as memories of great travels.

  3. Where is Cape Cod? : (

  4. victoria says:

    felicity – oh! and martha’s vineyard? so sad!

  5. must….have….one…

    so cool!

  6. Sierra says:

    I’ve been planing a relocation recently and have the us map on my brain and on my screen rather often…this map takes the cake…its awesome!!

  7. Alesha says:

    LOVE those maps!! How neat!!

  8. Hannah says:

    I love typography maps, but unfortunately I think orkposters.com came first. Since seeing their stuff well over a year ago, I’ve seen many copycat “originators” popping up here and there. It saddens me when people take ideas from others, especially in the design world.

  9. victoria says:

    hannah – i am aware of ork posters, and i guess i just thought of this as an extension of their city editions. seems like a lot of work went into thinking this out, but yes ork has done an amazing job with city prints!

  10. Ciara Harrison says:

    The British Isles AND Ireland!! They’re beautiful, great find.

  11. Jodie Byrne says:

    Nicely pointed out there Ciara lol … I agree, lovely prints!

  12. Krissy says:

    These are so neat! I’ve always loved the Ork posters, so these are right up my alley.

  13. Michelle says:

    Hey Victoria! I bought the LA Ork poster and begged them to make a London one as well (since the husband is from the UK). Finally I found this UK poster @ Bold and Noble http://boldandnoble.com/…pretty sure it’s the same one on Tut…in case any UK readers want to purchase it! It’s beautiful in person!

  14. Michelle says:

    oops..here is the correct link..

    http://boldandnoble.com/

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