3D Historic Topographic Maps

Feb 22, 2019

Category: Living

For over a decade, graphic designer Scott Reinhard has been flexing his talent to create eye-catching designs that stimulate the mind. With his 3D Historic Maps, Reinhard brings us a novel way of looking at Mother Nature’s topographical art.

Combining 3D data with paper maps, these high-quality chromogenic prints will look amazing in any home or office. The collection covers cities, states, and regions, capturing the environment with incredible details. Each of the projects contains a decades-old map layer that Reinhard blends with a modern computer-generated elevation layer, making it seem like it’s protruding from the page. Choose from a variety of locations including Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Canyon, and more. Each design is printed on Lustre photographic paper and can be framed for an additional fee. You can also send requests to Reinhard if you want to see a particular land visualization.

Purchase: $55+

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