FAQ

Do your maps shipped folded or rolled?

All of our maps are designed as posters, so they are never folded. Your map will arrive in a cardboard tube. If you do not intend to hang it up, you should store your map in the shipping tube. The paper we use is much too thick to be folded.

I'd like to know more about your mounting and framing services.

All of the information about mounting and framing can be found here.

I'm taking the DIY approach. How should I mount my map?

If you decide to color your icons in, we recommend an orange or red marker. We've experimented with many colors and these tend to look the best. You could also use small stickers, such as gold stars.

The simplest way to put pins in your map is to buy a poster frame with a cardboard backing. Leave the front plastic off and it's ready for pinning! You will have a smoother, sturdier surface if you swap out the cardboard with a sheet of foam board instead. Spendier poster frames will likely have a wood composite backing—so it will be necessary to swap this out for foam board.

Step up the quality by keeping the map flatter using spray adhesive to mount it on the cardboard or foam board. Spray adhesive goes on lightly so it won't saturate the paper. We advise you stay away from glues, rubber cement, Mod Podge, etc.

For proper alignment you can either adhere one side at a time (set the map down on the backing and gently fold it over before spraying adhesive) or have a partner help to hold all four corners as you lower the map down with adhesive already on both surfaces.

Cork boards may seem like a good choice, but there are some reasons we don't recommend them:
1. You'll never get a perfect fit. A 24x36 cork board includes the permanently-installed frame, so the actual size of the cork area is too small for a 24x36 poster.

2. You generally can't remove the frame on a cork board, which means you can't get your poster edges underneath it.

3. Cork is great for its healing property, but for this application you'll never be moving the pins around so a healing substrate isn't necessary.

I have a coupon code but can't find a place to enter it.

If you're receiving a 'Buy2Get1' deal you won't have the option to enter a coupon on top of that. On the cart page you'll see an option for "I will be using a coupon instead (of B2G1)", but Buy2Get1 is probably the better deal.


I own a shop that sells awesome things. Do you wholesale?

We do! Contact us if you'd like more information.