Buy our book between 1 October-12 November 2019 and you could win a Pangea Map rrp $560
***Winner drawn. Congratulations Emily Cole on winning the $560 Pangea Map***
WHAT ARE PANGEA MAPS?
Pangea creates stunning hand-sketched maps. Beautifully crafted contour maps of iconic waterscapes, combining modern surveying techniques and technology with traditional cartography. The design phase can take anywhere from 1 hour to 1 day, depending on the level of detail. And now you have the chance to win an exclusive Broome & The Dampier Peninsula map! rrp $560 + postage.
HOW TO ENTER (IF YOU’VE BOUGHT YOUR BOOK ON THIS WEBSITE)
Anyone who purchases our book 100 Things To See In The Kimberley between 1 October-12 November 2019 from our website is automatically entered into the draw. See full terms and conditions here. Shipping within Australia only.
HOW TO ENTER (IF YOU’VE BOUGHT YOUR BOOK ELSEWHERE)
Each map is hand-sketched. Pangea meticulously designs them using bathymetric data, and captures the finest details of the coastline. Nature’s waterscapes provide such interesting and unique lines and patterns. Pangea loves to balance the contrast and interplay between land and sea, finding the best composition for each piece.
The top layer symbolizes the land, and the surrounding wood layers cascade down, to reveal the ocean floor in stunning detail.
The design phase can take anywhere from 1 hour to 1 day, depending on the location and the level of detail.
Highest quality materials and finishes
11 LAYERS OF DETAILED DEPTHS
Pangea chooses the highest grade birch plywood available to craft its maps (Grade AB in accordance with Germanischer Lloyd GL standards). The showface of the wood is as interesting as the water it represents. Pangea uses aircraft birch ply, which is thinner, allowing more layers and detail as it builds the ocean floor.
The maps come framed, ready to hang, with a beautiful hardwood frame and are protected with shatter-proof plexiglass.
SEE THE SEA LIKE NO ONE ELSE
When you buy a Pangea map you will be receiving a unique, one-off piece. Handmade with close attention to detail, the individual wood grain gives each map multiple points of interest. They come boxed in a signature wooden slide-lid box.