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USA / CANADA: €7.99 or FREE if the order is over €49.
EU: €4.99 - €9.99 or FREE if the order is over €49.
World: €9.99 - €19.99
1. To see the accurate shipping rates, you need to add the product(s) to your cart.
2. In the cart page, you will see the shipping rates calculator.
3. Just choose the country and enter your zip code.
And PS! We do ship worldwide.
Digital Prints only: There are no shipping fees and no waiting time. Print it where you want, when you want and how many times you want.
This depends entirely which shipping method you will choose.
In Europe* we provide at least two different shipping options:
Worldwide we have fast and reliable service to provide:
*In Estonia you have one option:
OSC courier, a door-to-door delivery service which takes 1-3 working days to arrive.
*In Finland we provide Matkahuolto and DHL Express courier services.
Sure thing. Once we ship your order, we will send you an email containing a tracking number. This tracking number might take up to 1 day before it updates.
If you can't find it, You can e-mail us at email@example.com telling us the e-mail you used to purchase and your order number.
*We can't provide tracking numbers for orders shipped to Estonia. We use OSC courier there and unfortunately they don't provide tracking numbers. All other countries are trackable!
We use different reliable couriers like DHL Express, GLS Europe, OSC, Matkahuolto, Omniva. All these are trackable as well. You can see the available delivery methods to your preferred destination in the cart page – once you have added the product(s) in your cart, you will see there a shipping rates calculator. Just choose the country and enter a zip code.
Don’t panic. Breathe. And then contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or reply to the original order confirmation email. Send us the description of the situation and photos of the damaged product(s) or packaging. We’ll help you out.
Maps & Posters (physical products): If you're not 100% satisfied (just FYI, that happens almost never), we accept the return of unused and undamaged goods and will refund your entire order less the original shipping fee. The poster must be in the original condition.
To complete your return, we require a proof a purchase (e.g., order confirmation email). Before sending back your order, contact us at email@example.com or reply to the original order confirmation email. You must use a reliable delivery service and provide a tracking code to your returned goods.
Once we have received the package from you, we will refund your order within 7 working days.
Digital Prints only: Due to the fact that this is a digital printable file, refunds nor exchanges are not possible.
It means that every day is a good day to start an adventure. Even Tuesday.
Actually we chose Tuesday because that’s the only day in the week without a thing. You know there's “Blue Monday”, “Wanderlust Wednesday”, “Throwback Thursday”, “Friyay” etc. But nothing with Tuesday. Nada. So we gave it a thing. And Bold as in be bold and go. Go see the world and stuff. So here you have it - Bold Tuesday.
PS! We heard that plane tickets are the cheapest on Tuesdays. So the name worked out kinda well.
We. We. We. All designs are made by us. We’ve worked really hard to create these unique (and awesome, as you just said) products. Read more about our team and designers here.
That’s a tough one. And we could argue about it for days as there isn’t one correct answer. Unfortunately. You know maps and territories are political, so it really depends where do you stand. We’ve included the 193 members of the UN, the two UN observers (Palestine and Vatican City), and Kosovo to equal 196 countries on our products.
We try to be as accurate as possible, but we are designers, not cartographers. And the maps are our interpretation with an emphasis on visual aesthetics. They do look good, don’t they? So our maps might not entirely replace the traditional scientifically precise geographic ones, but they are accurate enough to keep track of your travels. And get inspired to explore some more.
All the paper posters use sustainably sourced (FSC) papers, clean printing processes and recycled tubes. Plus we print all of our posters right here in Estonia!
Good question. Here’s what you should do:
Yeah. Why not! Our minimum quantity starts with 100 pieces. So if you want a special poster for a bigger event or as gift to your clients, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d love to discuss it with you.
List of Countries is our most universal poster and suits every home. It’s a great gift for everybody, for your travel-holic friends or just interior design lovers. It is also perfect for teaching kids about geography and the size of countries. Men usually like our darker posters, for example Go World sticker map or Find it World word-puzzle poster. Kids love our Color World map, because they can draw and write on it!
Making a payment:
Smiles, hugs and good words. Hah, we wish the world would work like that. Actually any of the following is fine: MasterCard, Visa, PayPal, Apple Pay.
Our store currency is Euro (EUR).
In European Union (EU) - no. We dispatch all orders from Estonia (EU), so no extra import duties or taxes when shipping destination is also in the EU.
In anywhere else - maybe. It depends on the laws in your country. In that case, you will be liable for all import duties, customs and taxes.
All physical address and email information is kept private and never sold, marketing is only sent to customers who opt-in via the checkout system. Promotional emails are only sent to customers who opt-in via the newsletter form in the website footer or via the checkout.
Product specific questions:
On this poster all the countries are listed by area, from biggest to smallest. This way you can see the relative size of each country compared to another. Most world maps use Mercator Projection, but it distorts the size of countries as the latitude increases from the Equator to the poles. Making landmasses near the North and South Pole such as Greenland and Antarctica appear much larger than they actually are, relative to landmasses near the equator such as Central Africa. No distortions on List of Countries poster, only true sizes!
Why is there no Greenland?
We have listed all the countries with their mainland only. Greenland belongs to Denmark and we decided to keep the list as clear as possible, so we took the total area of countries with their oversea territories which were close to the mainland and listed these from biggest to smallest.
Beside Greenland we have excluded Antarctica, Western Sahara and some other territories belonging to certain countries, but scattered around the world. Antarctica isn’t a country and Western Sahara is disputed territory with no clear political status. If we added all of them then this poster would have to be several times bigger!
Why is there no Scotland, England, Wales or Northern Ireland?
Because Scotland, England, Wales, and Northern Ireland are not entirely independent countries but are four somewhat autonomous regions which are part of the country known as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or just United Kingdom for short. Everything revolving around countries and maps is always a bit complicated and it’s difficult to have one correct answer that will satisfy everyone. Which is why there will always be differences of opinions, but we’ve decided to go with this option regarding the UK.
Why is there no Hawaii?
Because it’s just so far away from the mainland, we decided not to distort the map to fit it in and didn’t depict it on the List of Countries poster.
It’s a black sticker map where you peel off visited countries!
At first it’s all black, but if you look closer then you see the lines of different countries. The more countries you visit, the whiter and more personalised your map becomes.
PS! Make sure to peel carefully, otherwise the borders between the countries might come off.
Yes. We’ve thought about separating it into oblasts, but that would make the map too confusing. Then we’d also have to separate the USA into states and France into different regions etc. It would go on and on and eventually you wouldn’t recognize your world map.
PS! If you want to only mark one city or region, get our "Color World” map instead!
No, because it’s made of silicone paper and ink doesn’t stay on it. If you want to write on your poster, you should get the "Color World" map.
Yes! We’ve hidden all 196 countries on this poster. They run from left to right and top to bottom (nothing diagonal or backwards - we tested and it proved way too difficult).
Use pencils, crayons, markers to color the countries on your Color World map, write or draw on it. You can use white pencils to write on the black part of your map as well. Use the legend on the bottom to mark which color goes for which family member. Use different patterns, arrows, signs etc to mark how and where exactly you travelled to. Get creative with your map!