Map of Physical Terrain (Using Stippling technique) - Physiographic * digital $1 download
This is Russell H. Lenz's 1964 Map of Physical Terrain (using his classic Stippling technique). It is a physiographic map of two hemispheres based on an azimuthal equal area projection.
It is a B&W image showing mountain ranges with inserts for the longest rivers and highest mountains in each hemisphere. It also includes a "pie chart" of area at the bottom, dividing the earth up into its four major oceans, other seas, arable land and land under tree crops, permanent meadows and pastures, Greenland and Antarctica, and All Other Land.
The art work & lettering are done in the classic "Lenz" style, with pen and ink -- using Lenz's classic stippling style. It is one of a series of 10 maps created for World Eagle publishing in 1964, and the image was also later published in the Christian Science Monitor.
This is a 150-DPI image that you can download for $1. This charge is for personal use only and you must contact ODT, Inc. for licensing permission to reprint the image or use it in any commercial or classroom application.
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you can also order the $100 option for licensing (reprinting in a publication, or duplication rights for an institution), and we will email you a 300 DPI PDF file and letter of permission. To obtain permission to reprint go HERE.