In time for the 2015 holiday season, XPLORER MAPS will be releasing our World Map Trilogy in our classic, antique old-world style. Our “World Wildlife” Map will highlight some of the most interesting and exotic species on the planet. Our “World Wonders” Map will feature amazing landscapes such as Victoria Falls and The Outback. The […]
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Xplorer Maps (Missoula, MT) will be showcasing many of our CUSTOM hand-drawn maps at the 2015 Association of Partners for Public Lands Show in Atlanta February 18th and 19th at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Atlanta Georgia. NEW RELEASES include “Bryce Canyon National Park“, “Great Smoky Mountains National Park” and “Lake Tahoe“. All these projects […]
We will be at the Missoula Made Fair this Sunday Dec. 14th from 11a. – 6p. and hope you’ll find the time to stop by and say HI! The Made Fair is an amazing, eclectic collective of regional artists with their unique artwork on display and available for purchase. It’s an absolute hot-bed of ideas […]
Join us and other Montana-made vendors at the Festival of the Arts at the Bozeman Help Center on Thanksgiving November 28th (12p-5p) and the following Friday November 29th (10a-4p). We’ll be displaying many of our maps including the Montana map as well as our National Park line: Glacier and Yellowstone. We’ll also have notecards […]
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Not only have we shrunk our beautiful hand-drawn maps and made them perfectly give-able cards but we’ve also included new illustrations. Now the great elements of our maps adorn their own notecards. Be it a grand grizzly, a family of black bears, majestic elk, soaring eagles, courageous bull riders or gorgeous wildflowers – each image […]
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The holidays are coming up and bosses are scratching their heads for nice, and lets be honest, inexpensive corporate gifts. Well, we at Xplorer Maps are making that a no brainer. We’ve come up with a line of gifts perfect for all your employees, your managers, or even that incredible leading sales guy. It’s not […]
Missoulian journalist Martin Kidston reports on the Flathead Lake Map, the donation to the UM Biological Station and the Flathead Lakers as well as a little history on Xplorer Maps and artist Chris Robitaille. Read the article in its entirety here.
The Missoulian features the University of Montana Campus Map by Xplorer Maps in the Missoulian: http://missoulian.com/news/local/brothers-create-limited-edition-map-of-um-campus/article_01d31406-0460-11e2-b725-0019bb2963f4.html%3Fcomment_form=true
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The University of Montana Alumni Association recently commissioned world-renowned artist Chris Robitaille and Xplorer Maps to create a uniquely hand-drawn, hand-lettered fine art print of our amazing campus community. It is now ready for release! We are only offering one run of 300 signed and numbered Limited Edition Giclee prints at $300 each as a […]
Read the Flathead Beacon’s full article on the Flathead Lake Map by Xplorer Maps, artist Chris Robitaille and the donation to the Flathead Lakers and the University of Montana Biological Station here.
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KPAX news reports on the Flathead Lake Map and the partnership between Xplorer Maps, the UM Biological Station and the Flathead Lakers. Read the whole story here on KPAX
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The Limited Edition Flathead Lake Map has finally arrived! We are only offering 300 SIGNED AND NUMBERED Limited Edition Giclee prints @ $300 each. (Unframed prints are 18” x 24” and printed using an exceptionally high quality 200 year, 100% Museo Max cotton paper with absolutely no optical brighteners.) Xplorer Maps has collaborated and partnered […]