When you go to the wine store, how confident are you? If you're like most people, you probably grab something off the shelf and pray that it's good. This chart can help. By dissecting the most important descriptors for each varietal, this map breaks down a very complicated set of information. We consulted with several somaliers who were very hard to please, and finally, they were! Contains information for both red and white wine, their ideal pairings and some interesting facts that will make you seem very smart at your next cocktail party.
Of course, there is literally no end to the amount a person can know about wine. Consider this a "Cliffsnotes" to get you to stage one snobbery.
8'' x 8'' Letterpress.
Made in United States of America
Archie Archambault is a designer and printer living in New York. While he was living in Portland, he got lost a lot. The best way to get un-lost is draw a map, and when he drew a circular map of Portland, Archie's Press was born. The idea unfolded into many other maps of different subjects, showing their structures in simple and intuitive ways. Everything is letterpress printed with a deep tactile impression.
Archie studied Art and Philosophy at Colorado College, Urban Design at Harvard & Advertising at Wieden+Kennedy.
So why all the circles? Research indicates that GPS's are hindering our ability to create mental maps of our surroundings. My maps aim to install a "Map from the Mind" for each city, simplifying structures and districts in the simplest terms. Humans have loved circles for millennia. Our eyes (circles!) love looking at them.
All prints are letterpress printed with a deep impression and packaged in a clear plastic sleeve with a chipboard backing.