New Map Prints

Image of new composite print

New composite map print

Image of three new map prints

New print in individual colors

These images are prints made in early February 2017 in the University of Minnesota Art Department. Each plate was printed separately to highlight the unique details in each layer—black ink to indicate human or cultural landscape features and text, blue ink for water and wetland features, and brown ink for topographic contour lines indicating elevation.

They also made a composite print—this was made by layering all three colors together.

Very special thanks go to Edie Overturf and Anna Orbovich for the time and effort in creating new prints from the old plates.

 

Copper Plates
New Map Prints