Come see us in Michigan

February 18, 2020

Come see us in Michigan

We’re super excited to be at the Retailers Market Place Show from March 1-2, 2020. Come check out our hand-drawn maps, mugs, magnets, coasters and more featuring the amazing state of Michigan!

We’ll be at Booth 167 at the Frankenmuth Credit Unit Event Center.

Meet our Michigan Wholesale Account Manager, Ann Nowak.  Ann grew up in Michigan and moved to Montana with her husband. She and her husband live on a Montana ranch with their dog, Qunicy, and horse, Big Boy.

"There is nothing like the Great Lakes, fall foliage, family, and friends to get me 'home' many times a year," Ann says.

To schedule a one-on-one meeting with Ann, contact her via email at ann.xplorermaps@gmail.com.

Our FREE PRODUCT show specials are:

  • $500 order receives 7% in free product*
  • $1,250 order receives 10% in free product*

(*Puzzles and Mugs excluded)

 About Our Michigan Maps and Map Products

Our artist, Chris Robitaille, has beautifully illustrated the Great Lakes State, including great monuments such as the state Capitol, as well as waterfalls, lighthouses, waterways, and wildlife. The Michigan state map is truly a piece of historical and contemporary art highlighting the wonders of this amazing state.

We have a full line of Michigan map products, including: coasters, magnets, fleece blankets, canvas tote bags, mini-maps, mugs, prints, note cards, serving trays, wood signs, and wood postcards.

Above: Artist Chris Robitaille pictured illustrating the world map.

Hand-Drawn, Fine Art Maps Provide Lasting Travel Memories and Make Great Gifts

Hand-drawn artwork. Every line, letter, and icon is hand-drawn and 100% original. This custom artwork is also featured on additional map-themed products.

Artistic Process. The medium Chris uses for these maps is pen and ink with multiple layers of watercolor washes. The process takes approximately 6-8 weeks as each map is entirely custom and unique.

Collaborative Partnerships. Xplorer Maps co-founder Greg Robitaille spends months working on content and design with historians, National Park Service interpretive staff and non-profit partners.

Philanthropy. A percentage of each map sold is donated to groups dedicated to conserving and preserving our public lands. To date, we have donated $50,000+ to non-profits throughout the U.S. 

Check out all of our Michigan products here.