Bundle – Artist’s Edition Map + Hang!25% OFF
Scratch Map™ + magnetic hanging system
Scratch Map Artist’s Edition with magentic poster hanging system
Artwork by Dave Buonaguidi
Record your adventures by removing gold foil layer
For best results remove foil with a coin
Easy hanging system, contains 4 x panels, 6 x magnets, and 1 x polyester cord
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About the map:
The worlds of art and Scratch Maps collide as Luckies teams up with renowned artists to bring you original and exclusive world maps for recording your adventures. Own a piece of wall art that’s totally unique and personal to you as you remove the top layer of gold foil for each country you visit. The perfect statement piece for your home which you can revisit and customise time and time again.
This edition features original work by Dave Buonaguidi. He can most often be found screen printing in East London, working with found images and materials, with a fondness for salvaging vintage maps. He overprints each object with bold, thought-provoking slogans using bright, in-your-face type. In 2003 he created the iconic ‘Make Tea Not War’ poster for the anti-war march, and which is now part of the collections at the V&A and the Trento museum of modern art.
It really couldn’t be any easier to hang your Artisit’s Edition Scratch Map™. Simply unroll your map, catch it in the magnetic panels, and give it pride of place on any wall you like.
Hang! will comfortably fit your standard Scratch Map, but anything up to A1 size landscape means you might start considering it for all those other posters you promised yourself you’d frame years ago. Time to get the loft ladder out…
Map – paper, cold foil
Hang – MDF, neodymium, polyester
Map – 84.1cm x 59.4 (A1 size)
Hang – 87 x 6 x 3.5 cm
Royal Mail standard delivery (2-4 working days) - £3.95 (free over £50)
DPD Next day delivery (order by 11am Mon-Thurs) - £5.95
DPD Saturday delivery (order by 11am Friday) - £9.95
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