Mappery For the love of maps

Hawaii bathymetry woodcut

Taken by Jeremy Wright at the Kona Inn, Kona on Hawaii (the big island) this is a large and spectacular three-dimensional map using planes of wood to form the bathymetry around the islands. You quite often see these sort of relief maps made by those with access to laser cutting technology but not normally at this size. Try telling me you don’t want this on your wall. You’d be lying!

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