Oak State Map

By Cut Maps


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Get a fresh, aerial perspective of your state. This laser cut wall art is Made in the USA from A1 grade oak plywood. Maker Dan Lin transforms maps into sophisticated-but-minimalist silhouettes with clean lines and shapes. Each one is a beautiful conversation piece.

  • Made in the USA: Elkton, VA
  • Materials: 0.25" oak plywood and dark walnut danish oil
  • Laser-etched detail
  • Comes ready to hang
  • If this item is intended as a gift and might not arrive in time, print this card to give while your order is being shipped
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 22" x 26" x 0.25"
  • Weight: 5 lbs.

9 Reviews (4.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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Beautiful, fragile, intriguing.

1/6/2018 by james

My daughter loves it! She recently moved to AZ. It did arrive with one small broken wooden outline..but I framed it under glass, and it's invisible. Very Fragile!
I would love to know exactly what state details are shown..it seems to be a mix of highways, rivers, parks, cities, no clear decision or division points. but it is beautiful none the less.
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Happy Son!

8/21/2017 by Gina

Got this for my son for his birthday. He is the hardest person to ever buy for and he was so excited! He wanted to figure a way to lable the rivers! Thanks!!!!More > < Less



9/11/2017 by Paul

Kind of disappointed that I can't find a way to get size information for each state.
Not every state can be 22x26.


beautiful, but broken upon arrival

12/3/2017 by joeycher

very beautiful, but very fragile. it arrived broken in 2, sadly returning it and will not risk ordering again. it was poorly packaged for shipping.

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Minimalist art that maps out your favorite place. Made in the USA.

About Cut Maps

Urban Lace

Like urban lace, Cut Maps showcase the unique patterns formed by city streets, parks, landmarks, and natural boundaries.

As a mechanical engineer, Dan Linden explores the intersection between technology and art in his laser cut wall art and other accessories.

His foray into this form of location honoring was personal—he did a tracing of his former neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, for a local fair. The response was overwhelmingly positive—people started requesting minimalist renditions of their own hometowns. Since then, Dan’s maps have dressed up walls and protected phones with all your favorite locations.

His designs now trot the globe with over 40 cities represented. To residents, the streets and neighborhoods don’t need any labels. You can instantly recognize addresses and stomping grounds. To the unfamiliar, the geographic details are an invitation to explore new territories.

We find Dan’s work a powerful channeling of place. Just like a traditional map, Cut Maps remind you of cities you’ve called home and feed your wanderlust.