A premium quality heavyweight (200gsm) fine art print material with a smooth, clean finish. This museum-quality paper is remarkably consistent and works perfectly with our colourful maps.
The matte finish emphasises different highlights and tones in all of our maps, helping to create stunning works of art.
Printing method: Giclée
Materials: Fine art paper
Whiteness: Natural white
Sustainably sourced paper. Wood and pulp is sourced from sustainably managed forests. Sustainably-managed forests meet the needs of wildlife while supporting livelihoods and providing many other ecosystem services, such as carbon storage and flood risk mitigation.
Printed using water based inks.
Reduced carbon emissions: printed on demand, as close to you as possible. Printing locations: UK, EU, US, AU
Shipped in either rigid spiral-wound cardboard tubes, or strong and crush-resistant spiral-wound square cardboard tubes, depending on fulfillment location or product size.
Frame NOT included.
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We will contribute 1% of your purchase to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Free shipping on orders over $120.
We print and ship from multiple locations around the world, including the US, EU, UK and Australia.
Orders are generally shipped within 24 hours (Monday - Friday) to the US, EU and UK and within 72 hours for all other locations.
Shipping rates are automatically calculated at checkout, based on real-time information from couriers.
Additional items for rolled prints (fine art print, photo art print, Hahnemühle photo rag print, rolled canvas) almost always ship at no extra charge to you, so your shipping cost will be the same for 10 items as it is for one.
We offer free shipping on orders over $120 for rolled prints.
Delivery standards are 2 - 10 business days for Standard shipping and 1 - 7 business days for Express shipping, but delays can occur.
Please check our Shipping Policy for details.
This is going to be a centrepiece of a school project.
So striking, to have the forest zone as the centrepiece, whereas maps of Africa are often so focussed on the Sahara.