The Shire, Rivendell, Lorien, Rohan, Fangorn, and Gondor — the familiar milestones and far-off details seen along the Fellowship's journey to Mordor are all here in breathtaking detail on an ultra-thin parchment paper, printed exactly as seen in the film trilogy and explored within the DVD extras.
This parchment paper map is a direct scan from the original map based on the which was hand-drawn by Daniel Reeve and used in The Lord of the Rings films. Printed in Middle-earth (New Zealand) on a high-quality parchment paper with die-cut deckled edges.
This authentic prop replica has been created by the same artists of Weta Workshop who have worked on the Lord of the Rings films, so effectively they come straight from Middle-earth.
Daniel Reeve is a freelance artist from New Zealand. He is most well known for the calligraphy and cartography on the film trilogy of The Lord of the Rings, but has also worked on Van Helsing, King Kong, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Dead Letters, The Warrior's Way, Underworld 3, Kingdom Come, Spartacus, Tintin and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
- This nearly-square map measures about 22.8 inches wide and 22 inches high (58 cm x 56 cm)
- This unframed map arrives rolled in a protective media art tube.
- Art by Daniel Reeve
- Based on The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien