Munich Letterpress Print
Munich Letterpress Print

Munich Letterpress Print

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Munich was pretty much obliterated in WWII, so most of the buildings are pretty new. Nonetheless, this city, capital of Bavaria, is a cornerstone of modern commercial activity and cosmopolitanism. The airport is gorgeous. I worked with David Hennessy on this fully modern city map. We isolated all the major gestures and consulted with locals to get the names just-right.

So why all the circles? Research indicates that GPS's are hindering our ability to create mental maps of our surroundings. My maps aim to install a "Map from the Mind" for each city, simplifying structures and districts in the simplest terms. Each design is taken as a new challenge, using the knowledge of locals to create a map that is both beautiful and useful.

Have you noticed that frame shops never go out of business? There's a reason. It's a highly specialized skill that requires individual attention. I recommend using your local framer.

Alternatively, has standard sized frames with many options. 

Letterpress is a very complicated and expensive printing method that I am obsessed with. All Letterpress are slammed with 600 pounds of pressure, creating a deep, tactile texture. The ink gets embedded into the thick soft paper so it won't fade within your lifetime. Read more about letterpress printing here.

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