Here is our new English Rendition of the French map by D’Lisle. We think the English were outraged to see America drawn in French and simply redrew their own using D’Lisle’s. One can observe the international struggle for the new world by studying these beautiful old maps.
1732 Cart De La Louisiane by Delisle We are so pleased to offer a beautifully painted version of the the 1732 Cart De La Louisiane Et Du Cours Du Mississippi by Delisle. One of the original prints, seen below, is sold for $3,000 on a map website. We are pleased to offer it for a […]
So long handicrafts…Hello Production? Over the past month I’ve quickly gone from quietly knitting in the evenings to dashing through the snow to get to the print shop before it closes! This is me spending a romantic snowy evening in the print shop waiting for my Idaho Map to be scanned and printed for delivery […]
I had so much fun at my first show I was ready for another! A gun show was occurring at the same location the following weekend for three days for less than half of what I paid for my booth at the craft show so I said sure, “Men love maps!” I was ready […]
Plan of New Orleans The Capital of Louisiana; with the Disposition of its Quarters and Canals as they have been traced by Mr. de la Tour in the year 1720 . . . Description: This early English plan of New Orleans was drawn by Thomas Jefferys, one of London’s top map makers during the […]
Our first Video, now on You Tube! One of our most common questions is “How do you do your maps?” Our first video will help introduce artist, Lisa Middleton, and her team. Enjoy!! Click to watch
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Venture into uncharted territory across the vast western plains that make your heart beat faster. Promise of your own place, your own land, and your own family took root in the heart of those who dared to conquer the massive expanse of the untamed west. Blood, allegiance, and loyalty would be tested along the way, until every inhabitable […]