Scratch Maps Artist Edition - Adventure Is Always a Good Idea
Scratch Maps Artist Edition - Adventure Is Always a Good Idea
Scratch Maps Artist Edition - Adventure Is Always a Good Idea
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Scratch Maps Artist Edition - Adventure Is Always a Good Idea

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I love this map as an upgrade to our scribbled list of “places we’ve been.”  Bonus: it looks great hanging on our wall. 

The worlds of art and Scratch Maps collide as Luckies teams up with renowned artists to bring you original and exclusive world maps for recording your adventures. Own a piece of wall art that’s totally unique and personal to you as you remove the top layer of gold foil for each country you visit. The perfect statement piece for your home which you can revisit and customize time and time again.

This edition features original work by Dave Buonaguidi. He can most often be found screen printing in East London, working with found images and materials, with a fondness for salvaging vintage maps. He overprints each object with bold, thought-provoking slogans using bright, in-your-face type. In 2003 he created the iconic ‘Make Tea Not War’ poster for the anti-war march, and which is now part of the collections at the V&A and the Trento museum of modern art.

*Second photo shows what the map looks like when it is fully scratched

About the Maker

Luckies of London

Here at Luckies we design and make interesting and original products from scratch. They are always our own ideas, always useful, always made with care and attention and always have fun at their heart.


Under the Luckies umbrella, we create lifestyle brands for all walks of life. These brands have personality, direction and heaps of style.


Born in 2005 from an innate desire to build something from scratch, our founder Jim Cox started Luckies armed with £4000, a very large laptop, and a desk under the stairs. Jim’s philosophy was clear – sell stuff he liked, work with people he liked, be creative, and be interesting.


From there Luckies has evolved into an independent, creative, passionate, and agile company in the giftable accessories and homewares sector. We create things that wouldn’t exist if we didn’t make them. Things the best retailers in the world want to stock. Things their customers want to buy and give to those they love.


We believe in three things, our three pillars - People, Planet, Progress.


We show responsibility to our team, our customers and the people around us. We act not just in the interests of the company, but of the wider community. We do what we do sustainably and help our customers make good choices. We help people to GIVE ORIGINAL.



Why We Chose Them

Eco-friendly, Social Good

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