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Maps have become art. Really, who uses a paper map anymore? Sure, maybe you have one for back up for the long trip across the country but the phone has definitely replaced the old school folded map.
But, art remains and I’m liking the reuse of the map especially in pieces like this one from Sniff Studio, owned by Brendan Sniff.
The "Wisconsin by County" map not only showcases the state’s 72 counties but - like any good piece of art - works as a conversation starter and easily improves the walls in your office.
Sniff also offers a Milwaukee County version with cities embedded.
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