Woodlands Limited Edition: Hyrule (The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past)

Sale price Price $275.00 Regular price

Our Link to the Past map hand-painted with metallic gold acrylic, a tribute to the original gold Zelda cartridges. There are only 5 maps guaranteed to ship for the holidays in this extremely limited edition run.

Seeking more than just an idyllic Hyrulean view? Whether you’re in the market for a Magic Cape or a Bug-Catching Net, you’ll find yourself on the fast track to the kingdom’s hidden wonders with your exclusive Neutral Ground treasure map.

Unlike traditional Hyrulean maps, the pioneering Neutral Ground edition shows you all areas of the world before you travel to them. Traipsing into thieves’ dens and falling into hidden wells is a problem of the past with your trusty wooden map in hand.

This remarkable map is more accurate than a Hylian Fortune Teller’s crystal ball, pointing intrepid adventurers towards secret tunnels and laying bare the mysteries of mist-shrouded forests.

But that’s not all! Built from durable, lightweight Skull Woods timber and cast in Goron-mined gold, the Neutral Ground map doubles as a raft for travelers interested in taking the watery route through Hyrule. Find your fortune faster with this Neutral Ground map!

This Woodlands map is a collaboration with Minneapolis native Alex Griendling. Mage of graphic design and co-founder of Lunar Saloon.

Your legendary Hyrule treasure map is etched on timber harvested from the Skull Woods by master Hylian lumberjacks. It measures 18-1/2" wide by 14" tall. You will need to exchange rupees for USD to purchase your map in our online shop.

Includes a keyhole slot on the rear for hanging.

Alex Griendling is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator who grew up in the geographically midwestern, culturally southern, state of Kentucky. After graduating, he left his home state to make movie posters in LA, ad campaigns in Minneapolis, and to work for Google in NorCal.

He likes to create work that makes people smile, and thinks that a lot of creative types are probably a little too stuffy for their own good. Somehow, he has more southern mannerisms now than when he left the south six years ago.

Alex now lives in Minneapolis with his lovely wife Meagan and their two not-so-lovely cats, Batman and Rocko