"Find It World" Travel Poster

 

AN EYE-CATCHING WORD SEARCH PUZZLE TRAVEL MAP FEATURING ALL THE COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD.

 

  • Poster size: 61 x 91.4 cm | 24” x 36”
  • Sustainably sourced high-quality paper
  • Shipped in a sleek & white gift tube
  • Designed in Tallinn, Estonia

 

A MESS OF LETTERS WITHOUT LOOKING MESSY.

This eye-catching poster features 59 rows, 44 columns and 2596 letters. And all the 196 countries of the world are hidden there. Somewhere. From left to right and top to bottom. In a perfectly aligned way, of course. So if you are a sucker for structure and puzzles, then this poster is made for you..

A TRAVEL POSTER WITH A WHOLE NEW LEVEL OF FUN.

It’s not your average travel poster. Oh no. This one is way more exciting. First, find the countries you’ve visited. PS! this can get real addictive. And then, colour the heck out of them. Or keep the poster as it is. Black and white. Minimal. It looks good both ways. A total win-win.
 
NB! For colouring use markers, because they work the best.

IT’S A MATCH.

It’s eye-catching. It’s unique. And it’s black and white. Kind of the perfect combination, don’t you think? And trust us, it never gets boring. This detailed word search poster gives you something new to discover every single day.
"Amazing poster! Great quality and packaging. Happy with my purchase!"
 
★★★★★
Dirk

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WE THOUGHT THINGS THROUGH.

Details matter to us. Maybe even too much. That’s why we’ve used the nicest matte and sustainably sourced paper. Wrapped the poster in a black silk paper and rolled in a 100% recycled cardboard tube. So that getting the poster feels like a fine present. Nice, huh.