Not All Those Who Wander are Lost (Single)


Of all the greatest writers, J.R.R Tolkien has cemented his legacy in the fantasy genre.
The concept behind this design is ‘The Wandering Line’. Following the line from the leg of the R in the word ‘ARE’, the line wanders off to a journey through Middle Earth. It walks, leaving footmarks behind. It rides fast , marked by the dotted lines (most possibly being chased by nasty packs of orcs). It sharply changes course (perhaps it forgot to bring a pocket handkerchief like Bilbo did). It ventures out to the sea on a ship. Until it reaches the word ‘LOST’ and curling down to J.R.R. Tolkien’s name.
Not only the line becomes part of the ornaments, but it also serves as a storytelling element. It becomes a path of an adventure. The map was redrawn from Tolkien’s own sketch.
The artwork comes in two color variant. The Ivory Parchment is synonymous with ancient maps. The Imperial Blue color creates a more dramatic inversion from the Ivory Parchment.
Read more about the artwork.

Size: 59.3 x 42.9 cm / 23.3 x 16.9 in
Media: Museum-quality posters made on thick, durable, matte paper.

Shipping Method: Rolled in a Tube.
U.S. Shipping: USD $10.
Worldwide Shipping: USD $20.

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There will be a white area around the artwork because it is printed on a larger paper. You can trim it out before displaying it.


Additional Information


Ivory Parchment, Imperial Blue


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