The perfect remembrance of your time at the Pennsic War: A Pennsic map done in true medieval style! My original map was painted on goatskin parchment, and the follicle pattern is clearly visible in the prints, adding to the look and feel of a medieval map. The design is based on a 16th-century map of Wales. The area and street names are based on the Land Office maps for Pennsic 42. Yes, the Serengeti is now known as Mack's Field, in memory of Mack Cooper, who passed away a few years ago.
Prints are available in two sizes: An 8 x 10 inch print or 11 x 14 inch print. You may choose the print alone, or have it professionally matted in black for no extra charge. The art is professionally printed using an Epson Artisan 1430 with Claria inks on premium luster paper, a combination which has a laboratory-tested lifespan of more than 100 years.
Your matted art print is shipped with a protective plastic sleeve in a sturdy cardboard mailer to prevent any damage during shipping.
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