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A Street Map Made From Movie Names: The Film Map by Dorothy


Film Map - Original Open Edition

Film Map - Original Open Edition

Film Map - Original Open Edition

Film Map - Original Open EditionFilm Map - Original Open Edition

The Film Map, by Dorothy, looks like it will be groovy and conversational display piece for your interior wall of choice. On that wall you would be hanging a 4 colour litho print on 120gsm uncoated art paper sized 60cm x 80cm.

I'm particularly fond of the little arrow pointing to a little blue pond labled as Creature from the Black Lagoon.

It is a wonderfully imaginative design piece, and the original open edition litho print can be yours for £25 plus P&P, or you can buy the Limited Edition for £100.

» Via: http://kottke.org/12/07/map-made-from-movie-names






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