Missoula, MT, November 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Xplorer Maps, founded in Missoula, MT in 2010, has released their most recent hand-drawn illustrated map; “Sanibel-Captiva Island.”
Xplorer Maps is dedicated to connecting, art, community and conservation……. and in keeping with their mission has partnered with the Captiva Island Historical Society (CIHS) on this exciting new project. The original artwork was commissioned by CIHS and Xplorer Maps is donating almost $20,000 over the next year to help with the construction of their “History Room” at the new Captiva Community Center.
With intricate detail, exquisite artistry and accurate historical reflection, Xplorer Maps is most notably known for their beautiful hand-drawn map illustrations of our nation’s most famous National Parks and other significant destinations worldwide. With their signature antique, old-world style feel and uncompromising attention to detail, they are excited to include the Sanibel-Captiva Island Map to their ever-growing fine art collection.
The Sanibel-Captiva Island Map takes you on an exotic journey through paradise with illustrative excerpts of the historic landmarks, iconic beaches, colorful flora and fauna, and the unique marine life of the region. “Sanibel-Captiva Island” was officially released at the Tween Waters Inn on November 19th, and 300 Limited Edition prints are now available for purchase online at www.xplorermaps.com.
Xplorer Maps is a registered Made in Montana business that uses only post-consumer content paper produced with 100% green energy and chlorine-free soy-based inks. Learn more at www.xplorermaps.com.