Did you know… Gangkhar Puensum, a mountain in Bhutan with an altitude of 7570 metres above sea level, is the highest peak unclimbed by man?
Our World of Mountains and Oceans is a long waited project. It shows the topographic sculpture of our beloved planet. It’s created not only for mountain climbers, but for every fan of wandering with finger on map or with backpack around the world. Realistic sea-bed lines and mountain ranges will pull you right into adventure. Cut out by laser with a precision of one tenth of millimetre, hand painted and assembled in our workshop. Three dimensional mountain maps are example of modern craftsmanship, where knowledge, aesthetics, ecology and history mix together into a beautiful piece of art.
Wooden map with a hanging hole at the backside. Cut-out based on our original project, polished, painted and glued by hand. The acrylic paint used to cover the layers of plywood is non-toxic and waterproof.
Dimensions: 100 x 65 x 3 cm
Disclaimer: photos are just a illustrative representation of our product, we make our maps in both polish and english. If you wish, we can ship you a polish version of the map, just remember to state this in comment before finishing the order. Unless stated otherwise, we send our maps in english version.
World of Mountains and Oceans (gray)
Weight 15 kg Dimensions 100 × 65 × 2.1 cm