The new Assembly Station on Boston’s Orange Line is due to open next Tuesday, September 2 – so I thought I’d take this opportunity to update my maps once again. Assembly is the first new station on the MBTA subway system since 1987, so it’s kind of a momentous occasion!
Prints of the posters are available for purchase in my store in two sizes: 27”x18” ($31) and 36”x24” ($39).
I’ve had a few queries about this lately, so hopefully this clears things up. While I gladly ship posters to pretty much anywhere in the world, there’s no doubt that it’s very expensive for me to do so, which probably deters a lot of overseas people from purchasing from me.
If you live in Europe, there may be a more cost-effective solution for you. Just as I make some prints available in the US through Society6, I also have some available on the German print-on-demand site, Artflakes. Because they’re based in Europe, shipping costs are substantially lower than I can offer (although their cost per print is higher). At the moment, I have prints for sale on Artflakes for my:
I’ve also updated the relevant product pages in my shop to make this clearer for people in Europe as they browse. If there’s enough interest from Europe in these prints, I’ll look at adding other maps as well in the future.
What could be more American than a great poster of the national passenger rail network? Get a discount of 17.76% on my “Amtrak Passenger Rail as Subway Map" poster this weekend with coupon code "USA". That’s just $32.07 before shipping instead of the usual price of $39!
Click here to view the poster in my shop.
This weekend only, take a patriotic 17.76% off any poster purchased from my online store by using the coupon code “USA” at checkout. This offer ends midnight Pacific time on Sunday, July 6th, so get a move on and visit the shop!
Not valid on products that are printed and fulfilled externally (i.e., by Society6); discount is taken prior to shipping costs being added.
My Boston Rapid Transit maps have been updated for 2014, showing the new stations that have been opened along the Fairmount commuter rail line, as well as the new commuter ferry services. I’ve chosen not to show the closure of Government Center, because no one wants to see something temporary like that on a poster. Posters are available from my shop in two sizes, 27”x18” and 36”x24”.
New Map Project: Highways of the United States
At long last, I can finally unveil my (almost) completed map project that i’ve been working on since May 31, 2012. Yes, 2012!
I’ve given plenty of teasers about this project over the last two years, but I still think the final scale of it will amaze you. Not only have I created a map of the contiguous United States that shows every single last active and numbered Interstate Highway and U.S. Route (both two- and three-digit), but I’ve also broken the map down into separate state and regional maps. So far, I’ve made 33 of these maps and there’s another 11 to go to complete the set. There aren’t 48 state maps because some of them are just too small to show individually (I’m looking at you, Rhode Island!). These are included in regional maps like New England or Chesapeake (Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and DC).
Posters in a variety of sizes are available in my brand new shop. Orders taken up to the end of the month of April are pre-orders; I expect to begin shipping in the first week of May.
Comments, reblogs, likes, and shares are appreciated to spread the word! Let me know what you think, or let me know if you find any glaring errors.
That’s a pretty nifty deal just in time for Christmas! If you’ve been thinking of picking up one of my maps for yourself or as a gift, this just might be the time to do it. Just follow the links below to be eligible for the discount. Offer expires at midnight Pacific Time, this Sunday, December 8th — so get in while you can!
Interstates as Subway Map
US Routes as Subway Map
Boston Rapid Transit and Bus Routes
Boston Rapid Transit Routes (no buses)
Amtrak Passenger Routes as Subway Map
International E-Roads of Europe
TGV Routes of France
Rail Transit of Portland, Oregon
Passenger Rail of Portland 1915 - 1943 - 2015
Plans for the New York Subway, 1920
If you’re interested in any of my photography products, click here to browse my Society6 store and receive the same free shipping and $5 discount.*
* Free shipping and discount does not apply to framed art prints, stretched canvases and throw pillows with insert.
I’m very pleased to announce that my Interstates as a Subway Map and U.S. Highways as a Subway Map posters are once again available for purchase directly through my website this holiday season.
I’ve even made some revisions to the Interstate map to bring it up to date. These include the addition of the brand new Interstate 2 in Texas, a new segment of I-49 in Missouri and a new section of I-74 in North Carolina.
The posters are 36” wide by 24” deep, and are once again superbly printed by Wallblank. I’ve been working with them for four years now, and they always do a great job for me. They’re ready to get printing, so orders will be on their way to you quickly!
As previously, each poster is available individually for just $39 plus shipping — but you can also order a Combo Pack: one of each poster for just $68 plus shipping (a $10 saving).
Please visit my personal site to place your order.
Please reblog to spread the word!
If you’ve been thinking of picking up one of my transit map posters, now might be a good time: Society6 is offering free shipping on prints worldwide until next Sunday, January 27.
Here’s some direct links to some of the posters I offer:
As always, I highly recommend purchasing only the X-LARGE or LARGE versions of these prints: they’re designed as large format posters and type may become too small to be legible at sizes smaller than these.