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Unique wood layered contour map of Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay (Victoria, Australia).   Depicting bathymetric data (topography of the water) in stunning detail. Each 1mm layer of the map is made from sustainably sourced plywood and is cut using a high precision laser cutter. One layer represents 2m-3m of water depth. The individual pieces of wood are carefully hand assembled to create the stunning ocean floor.  White acrylic is used for the top layer representing the land. We chose to le...

Wooden 3D contour map of Port Phillip Bay

This wooden contour map shows Victoria’s Port Phillip Bay in stunning detail. The coastline includes Melbourne and 16 bays in total. Home to Phillip Island,

BIG Lasercut and Handmade Cork World Map Wall Art with Wood Frame (47,2" x…

This x premium world push pin travel map is all made by hand with tremendous care, all the pieces of continents and islands are first laser cut, and then assembled by hand with great precision. It will make a great home or office decoration piec

Port Phillip Bay map Melbourne, Australia

The Tribe is pleased to showcase these amazing wooden contour maps from Queensland based Pangea Maps. The map depicts detailed bathymetric data (“topography of the water”). Made from 13 layers of plywood, each layer represents of water depth.

Bathymetry is the underwater equivalent to topography. And with the right map…

Laser Cutting Bathymetric Maps

Bathymetry is the underwater equivalent to topography. And with the right map data, you can make some amazing laser cut maps that feature both land masses — and the details under the sea.

Sheets of 6mm float glass were hand cut and laser etched to create this ethereal effect.

Laser Etching Glass

This tutorial tracks my process of using various software programs and a laser etching machine, glass acid etch and glue with a base plate of LEDs to make the glass.

Fuck yes maps!

Created from actual elevation data, this wooden topographical map of the United States is laser-cut and hand-assembled in Portland, Oregon.

This 3 dimensional map was laser cut and stacked in layers to display the natural beauty of the Portland, Maine area.

Want to Make a Topographical Map? This Artist Shows You How

This 3 dimensional map was laser cut and stacked in layers to display the natural beauty of the Portland, Maine area.

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