The World Map

The World Map! From Greenland to New Zealand and nearly everything in between, the Xplorer Maps hand-drawn World Map showcases the best of the entire planet.

Artist Chris Robitaille has intricately detailed many of our planet’s most famous natural landscapes, historic architecture and iconic wildlife; and the end result is a stunning example of illustrative excellence that will no doubt make any home, office, hotel, resort or cabin a conversational center.



Striving to find a balance among cultures, religions and physical geography, Xplorer Maps has prominently highlighted stunning natural wonders and political, religious and cultural landmarks recognizable to travelers worldwide.

From the Great Barrier Reef to the Grand Canyon; from the Taj Majal to Stonehenge; and from the African Elephant to the Arctic’s great Polar Bears (and so much more in between)….this unique artistic treatment of the World makes this artwork a stunning addition to any home, office or cabin décor.

In keeping with our tradition and mission of not only connecting people and place through art, but to also protect and preserve these special places, a portion of all proceeds from map sales will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund.

"The World" map is available in 2 mediums:

1.) Limited Edition Giclee - printed on 200 year archival Museo Max cotton rag paper, the finest in the industry.  There are only 100 of these Limited Edition collector's pieces available! - Each Giclee is signed and numbered, only 100 will ever be sold.  

2.) Lithographic Print - printed on heavy-duty 80 lb. cover stock using only soy-based inks and 50% post-consumer product.

Appropriately, the world map measures an impressive 32” wide x 24” tall.

Framing

Looking for a custom matted and framed piece?  We've got some exciting options coming online in 2018 - but if you need something sooner drop us a line and we'll design a custom solution just for you!  Note:  We can deliver custom framed prints in time for Christmas if ordered before December 15th.

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