INTERSTATES AS SUBWAY MAP AND U.S. ROUTES AS SUBWAY MAP
All posters for sale are digitally printed on 13.5 mil, 250gsm Red River Aurora Fine Art White 100% cotton rag paper, which is acid and lignin free. This is a fantastic, slightly textured matte art paper, almost as thick as business card stock. It holds the archival quality Epson Ultrachrome K3 ink beautifully: the color is bright and detail is crisp and sharp. Printing is by Wallblank, an artisan printery who have worked with me for over four years now to ensure that the quality of the printing matches the hard work I’ve put into my designs, and it shows in the final results.
These two maps are currently open for ordering for the 2013 holiday season. Printing and delivery will commence as soon as orders come in — get in now to get yours before Christmas.
U.S. ROUTES: THE NUMBERED U.S. HIGHWAYS AS A SUBWAY MAP POSTER
$US39 + $10 POSTAGE*
A diagrammatic representation of the U.S. Highway system using color-coded “lines” and route numbers. 36 inches wide x 24 inches high, printed on beautiful 250gsm Red River Aurora Fine Art White 100% cotton rag paper. Suitable for framing, block mounting or simply hanging as a poster.
Real quotes from happy customers:
“The posters came in the mail today. Thanks for putting so much attention to detail in the images. The addition of the historical US routes is especially cool.” – Mike
“I just received my set of highway posters over the weekend. They are even nicer than I had imagined ! They look great in their frames and I am sure they will be conversation pieces for years to come.” – David
“A friend sent me the map you did of US Highways and I instantly fell head over heels for it.” – Daniel
View the poster on Flickr here.
INTERSTATE: THE U.S. Interstate System as SUBWAY MAP Posters
$US39 + $10 Postage*
A diagrammatic representation of the US Interstate System, using color-coded “lines” and route numbers. Updated for 2013 with the addition of the new I-2 in Texas, a section of I-49 in Missouri, and a new stretch of I-74 in North Carolina.
36 inches wide x 24 inches high, printed on beautiful 250gsm Red River Aurora Fine Art White 100% cotton rag paper. Suitable for framing, block mounting or simply hanging as a poster. View the poster on Flickr here.
COMBO PACK: BOTH POSTERS TOGETHER AT A VALUE PRICE OF $US68 (a savings of $10) + $10 POSTAGE*
Can’t decide which poster you want? Really love road networks and subway maps! Order both posters together by adding the combo pack to your cart and save $10 off the price of buying them separately.
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$US10 for as many 36×24 posters as can fit in one mailing tube – delivered USPS Priority with tracking number
$US10 for as many 36×24 posters as can fit in one mailing tube – USPS Standard International: $US10 (sorry, no tracking numbers).
All Other Countries
Any number of posters (as can fit in one tube) via USPS Standard International: US$19 (sorry, no tracking numbers).
Other Transit Map Posters
Printing and fulfilment of my other transit map posters is performed by Society6. While they offer posters in many different sizes, I strongly recommend only purchasing the LARGE or X-LARGE sizes, as the small type and fine detail on these maps may not reproduce well at smaller sizes.
Table of Contents
Click on the name of the poster to be taken to its entry, or scroll down to see all the posters.
Boston Rapid Transit – Rail and BRT Only
Boston Rapid Transit – Rail, BRT and Key Bus Routes
Amtrak Passenger Rail System
International E-Road Network of Europe
Rail Transit of Portland, Oregon
History of Passenger Rail in Portland, Oregon
French TGV Network (2011)
An alternative Boston MBTA map. This version shows rail and the Silver Line BRT routes only.
An alternative Boston MBTA map. This version shows rail, the Silver Line BRT and key bus routes.
A subway map-style diagram of Amtrak’s passenger rail system. Each route is given its own unique colour and line. All stations on the network are shown. Fully updated with the latest additions to the network.
A subway-style map of Europe’s extensive E-Road network, similar in scope and size to the United States’ Interstate highway system.
A unified map of all rail transit in Portland, Oregon showing MAX Light Rail, WES Commuter Rail, Portland Streetcar (including the newly opened Eastside Loop) and the OHSU Aerial Tram.
This map layers three eras of passenger rail in Portland, Oregon: 1912, 1943 and the near future of 2015, when the MAX extension to Milwaukie will be complete.
A diagrammatic map of all TGV, Eurostar, Thalys and ICE high-speed trains that enter France. Out of date with the opening of the new LGV Rhin-Rhone, but still one of my favourite pieces.