Greyhawk - Giclée Reproduction
The classic campaign setting of Greyhawk! If you played any pre-3rd edition D&D, it's likely you're familiar with Greyhawk, and maybe even played in it!
The basis for this map of the lands around the City of Greyhawk was the highly detailed sattelite-esque maps created by reknowned cartographer Anna Meyer.
The map includes many famous locations such as the Great City of Greyhawk, the ruins of Castle Greyhawk, and even the Temple of Elemental Evil and the Moathouse from Hommlet.
This 16"x22" giclée reproduction of my original deer leather map will comfortably fit in any 18"x24" frame, while still allowing the attractive deckled edge to show.
Frame in the photo is not included.
My giclée prints are available on two types of paper:
Heavyweight Enhanced Matte Paper which will appear textured, but is smooth to the touch. The deckled edges are ripped by hand and make the print feel more aged and unique.
Want something a little more special? You can also get the map printed on Heavier, Fine Art, Watercolor Paper which has a texture and feel similar to the buckskin original for an increased price. This version includes the hand-deckled edges as well as a personal embelleshment of natural pigments painted on with a primitive bone paintbrush.