Every map is a work of art. So we print and frame them accordingly.
Each map is produced on our 12-color gicleé printers using premium inks to ensure a highly detailed, fade-free piece.
We make all of our prints with museum-quality, 100% cotton, acid-free archival paper that’s rated to last 100+ years.
No pressed wood, no veneer. Every custom frame is handmade from Walnut. Please allow 3-4 weeks for your frame to be delivered.
Spark conversation with a custom canvas gallery wrap, offering enhanced depth and texture with a bolder look.
We believe that preserving our environment and natural resources will create a brighter future for all. That’s why a portion of every sale goes directly to supporting organizations helping to protect our land, water and air from human impact.
A beautifully restored map of Molokai Island from 1906. This reproduction print was originally drafted in 1897 part of a series of maps done of the Hawaiian Islands by a team headed by W.D. Alexander and M.D. Monsarrat. It was a color lithographed map with relief shown by contours, spot heights, and hachures. In 1906, it was printed by Andrew B. Graham Co., Lithographers within a Report of the Territory of Hawaii for the Secretary of the Interior.