Dinosaur Land — the setting for 1990's Super Mario World — is the latest in the Woodlands map series, a collaboration with "digital woodshop" Neutral Ground and designer Alex Griendling. This 18-1/2" wide by 14" tall print is laser-etched onto a piece of maple plywood, and available from the Neutral Ground website for $150.
If you didn't get a chance to pick up Neutral Ground's beautiful Hyrule map when it was first available back in July, then good news: It's back in stock and, at the same $150 as Dinosaur Land, discounted from its original $190 price (though also reduced in size from the original's 24" x 18" panel).
We've got images of the new map below, just after this Hyperlapse of the laser etching process.
- Here's the full piece, on a piece of 18-1/2" x 14" maple plywood
- The map covers everything, beginning with Level 1, Donut Plains ...
- ... to the final level, Valley of Bowser.
- Bowser's castle or Front Door, as it's known in the game
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- Super Mario World included the debut of Star Road, nbd.
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