Once upon a time in times of G+ I used to do annual giveaway of maps and amateur-bond sketchbooks.
On this anniversary of G+ shutdown, I still have a few maps to give away, even if the collision with Easter this year left much less time to do all I wanted to do.
1. Maps will be shipped for no cost to you; on a downside this shipping will be a plain letter and won't have tracking. Delays in delivery are possible.
Currently delivery is not possible to: Anguilla, Bolivia, Bouvet Island, British Indian Ocean Territory, Brunei, Comoros, Dominica, Falkland Islands, French Southern Territory, Georgia / Sandwich Islands, Lao, Libya, Mayotte, Montserrat, North Korea, Paraguay, Pitcairn Island, Sudan, Timor-Leste, Tristan Da Cunha, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Venezuela, British Virgin Islands, Wallis And Futuna, Western Sahara and Yemen.
2. Maps are given on "first come, first serve" basis. On the pictures below they are photographed, not scanned, so the colours and vibrancy might be somewhat off from the actual original.
To claim the map, first leave a comment below with which map you want; the timestamp of the comment would be used to resolve any conflicting issues. If the map is available, send the posting address to cryptic_pale (at) protonmail com. Once the map is shipped, I will delete all addresses I received and won't keep any private information.
3. Maps are provided under following conditions: non-commercial use (with attribution if used in some kind of public work), non-sublicensable (don't give it to stock sites), and only transferable along with the paper original under the same conditions (gift the map in paper if you no longer need it).
(claimed) 1. "Flow Silhouettes" (12.5 cm. x 8 cm. / 5 in. x 3.25 in.; watercolour, gel pen) (claimed) 2. "Coastline" (12.5 cm. x 9.5 cm. / 5 in. x 3.75 in.; watercolour, gel pen) (claimed) 3. "World Steps" (12.5 cm. x 8.5 cm. / 5 in. x 3.25 in.; watercolour, gel pen)
P.S. It is somewhat disheartening to see the previous giveaway post lingering within the direct vicinity of this one but being bottled at home for six months of heat and then dealing with avalanche of work for six months after isn't exactly good for random creative musings I use to do.
Still, there are about fifteen post drafts lingering about, so hopefully at least quarter of them will be released in nearby month or two.