North Carolina County Map Wall Art

North Carolina County Map Wall Art

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This laser-cut oak map of North Carolina delineates each of the 100 counties, making it a true statement piece on your wall.  It measures approximately 3 feet by 1 foot and the lightweight frame makes it easy to hang.

Crafted by Dan Linden of CutMaps, in Columbus, Ohio. Inspired by his love of hometown, he put his laser cutter to work at his job as a toy designer and created large cut maps. The lightweight designs combine both aesthetic style and technology.

Made in the USA.
5 Stars
Beautiful map
We are thrilled with this interesting piece of art. I was afraid it would be flimsy and delicate. It's sturdier than I thought. Very beautiful piece.
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Reviewed by:  from Charlotte on 3/26/2017
5 Stars
Laser Cut NC map
This NC map with the counties laser-cut in is a really unique item. I have proudly hung it in my office conference room and anticipate many comments on it.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Farmville, NC on 1/18/2017
5 Stars
We ordered this item as a birthday gift for our son who lives in Atlanta as a way to remind him of the Old North State - and an encouragement to come home! It is large, nearly 3 feet wide, and very light, although it is certainly substantial. He immediately identified the county of his birth, Watauga, the county of his university degree, Orange, and all the others where he visits regularly. He's a North Carolinian at heart, and we loved giving him this perfect representation of home.
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Reviewed by:  from Boone NC on 9/18/2017
5 Stars
This gift was well-received and admired by all in attendance at a very special event. Many requests followed for purchase info. A must-have for anyone who treasures the "Old North State."
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Reviewed by:  from Columbia, NC on 3/31/2017
4 Stars
Nice Map
The map is as it says, very thin & fragile. I mounted mine over white poster board & as I run a race in each county (my goal is one in each county) I color it in. A fun way to track my progress.
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Reviewed by:  from Durham on 11/28/2017

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