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Grand Canyon National Park - Topographical Map Triptych

Grand Canyon National Park - Topographical Map Triptych

Regular price $99.00 USD
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At over one mile deep and eighteen miles across, calling this canyon “grand” is an understatement. This canyon grew into a symbol of the southwest, and for great reason; it’s beautiful and harsh, stark and full of life, full of wide open vistas, but at its center feels narrow and close. Exploring this canyon would truly take a lifetime, but it would be a lifetime well spent.

This Topographical Triptych is guaranteed to be a unique addition to the design in your home. The natural bold contours will catch your attention from across the room, while the subtle detail draws you in and invites you to study it closely.

A truly versatile piece of art, you can use the triptych to give accent and texture in a room with bold colors and design, or as a main focal piece in an understated, contemplative space. 

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%

We recommend getting a frame with high-quality, non-reflective glass to preserve the effect of the matte finish. 

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    We only make pieces that we're truly proud of, and that we display in our own homes. We're confident you'll love them too. If for any reason you're unsatisfied with your purchase, return it anytime in 90 days for a full refund.

Maps are minimal.

Minimalism says more with less.

It uses texture and clean lines, not loud colors and busy design.

Maps make an impression.

Most photos fall flat.

We see too many perfect photos.

Each new one stands out a little less.

In a world of razor-sharp detail,

there's power in the abstract.

Maps bring up memories

You don't love a park because of one vista.

You love it because you visited with your people and made memories.

Scraped knees, corny jokes, short breath, stories shared, all while having to push yourself... it's what makes the view at the end so sweet.

Photos can recreate one moment, but maps remind you of each step in the journey.