Stadium Map Art

Jul 18, 2017

Category: Living

The heart of so many cities, both literally and figuratively, are their stadiums. They’re where memories are made, legends are forged, and where hearts are continually broken. As a result, these structures have a kind of outsized influence to them – one that is brilliantly captured by Stadium Map Art.

Each of these maps made by a father-son team feature football and baseball stadiums cut from wood and laid out on laser engraved maps of the surrounding city. The handcrafted arenas jut out from the rest of the poster – boasting a finer amount of detail and depth than their surroundings. More than just being a keen depiction of the ways in which sports help define a city, these American-made (and American-framed) posters serve as an ideal way to show your support for your local team without looking like you’re still living in a dorm room. The two man team behind this project have the lofty goal of doing a map for every city and team in the world – so if they don’t have your home-stadium yet, they may have it in the near future.

Purchase: $125+

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