The Grid City Maps force medieval city centers into strict gridded patterns. All the roads and connections are still there, but you’ll never look at your town the same way. The map is adorned with local landmarks and sights. Along, of course, with all street, park, water and square names.
You could use this map as a way to navigate the city, but it’s more practical gracing your wall.
These posters are produced on heavy A2 paper, printed on one side. They are delivered safely rolled up in a poster box.
The Dutch Highway Map
It’s taken a long time and a lot of tweaking and puzzling to get this detailed subway-style highway map of the Dutch highway network ready. Featuring all exits, with numbers and names, all rest stops and more. On the back you’ll find a complete index to find your exit (or: onramp), interchange, rest stop and town (with more than 50,000 inhabitants).
These poster are produced on heavy A2 paper, printed both sides. They are delivered safely rolled up in a poster box.
The Nether Lands
A dark horror/fantasy map of the Netherlands where are major towns and places with interesting names have been horrified (verb). Meaning: They have been changed into something darker and more sinister.
Actual villages with names like Hongerige Wolf (Hungry Wolf) and De Dingen (The Things) are a no-brainer for a map like this. Some towns, such as Groningen (The Tower of Groaning) needed a little bit more creativity.
Fully illustrated in the style of an adventure map.
This map is currently work in progress.
Tatoningen (Tatony) is a huge project by Seb van den Brink. This imaginary nation will be complete with its own history, culture, politics, customs and – of course – maps and plans. Slowly but surely more and more about this country will be revealed, based on the Netherlands, only much, much bigger.
When available these maps will be for sale here.
See also Tatoningen.nl (Dutch).
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