The Ultimate Map for the Movie Buff


Remember the ultimate map for the music lover? It cleverly turned song titles into actual road, parks, houses and hotels.

The company behind it, Dorothy, is back with another fun map and this time it’s for movie buffs! The Film Map is loosely based on those vintage Los Angeles streep maps. It features over 900 film titles (that’s 500 more titles than the Song Map) and includes such favorites as Forrest Gump (which is, of course, a forest), The Green Mile, Reservoir Dogs, and the Valley of the Dolls. It even has its very own Red Light district.

Available today, the open edition prints cost 25 each (or $39) and the limited edition signed and stamped prints are going for 100 (or $156). Of course this begs the question: Where would you want to live?




Dorothy is also that same company who surprisingly stripped famous logos of their names. You can find all of their works at Dorothy.





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