Our Mappa Discworld . . . without the folds!
By popular demand this incredible feat of fantasy cartography is available as a beautiful unfolded art print. Gaze at the landscape of the Disc, marvel at its landmarks and wonder at its, er, wonders unsullied by folds and crinkles as you explore Terry Pratchett’s Discworld from your own armchair!
Here be dragons . . . and barbarians, luggages, druids, gods, portals to fairyland and cities of a thousand surprises . . .
From Rimfall to Hub, explore the most richly illustrated and detailed depiction of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld to ever be produced, devised by the Emporium’s own Ian Mitchell and illustrated in astonishing detail by Marc Moureau. This unfolded print version of our original Mappa Discworld features a full-colour rendition on one side, and the sepia annotated map on the other – so there’s a mappa for all tastes and decor, without the task of folding it all up again afterwards!
A bit smaller than the folded map, this beautiful print also measures 69.5 x 78.5cm for (slightly) more convenient display in your domecile!
Exclusively produced on satin archival art papers for The Discworld Emporium. Images not to scale.
ABOUT THE CARTOGRAPHERS
The Emporium’s chief designer Ian Mitchell has a history of Discworld cartography having produced a map of Ankh-Morpork for the board game of the same name in 2011. Terry liked what he saw and commissioned Ian to bring the original Discworld maps up to ‘Snuff’. The result was The Compleat Ankh-Morpork in 2012 created with Terry and Bernard & Isobel Pearson and illustrator Peter Dennis, followed maps for the Ankh-Morpork Hygienic Railway in 2013 for Raising Steam and Mrs Bradshaw’s Handbook and The Compleat Discworld Atlas in 2015.
Marc Moreau is a specialist fantasy cartographer and map illustrator for books, tabletop games, video games and RPG’s who contacted us some years ago offering his services in fantasy cartography. As a life-long Discworld fan to illustrate Terry’s world would be a feather in his cap, he said. He may now be living to regret sending that email.