License Plate Map Process

May 2nd, 2011 in member junk     
DesignTurnpike DesignTurnpike, member
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Finished product. 36 x 24 license plate map of the United States, currently on display at the Piquette Avenue Ford Factory historical site in Detroit.
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Finished product. 36 x 24 license plate map of the United States, currently on display at the Piquette Avenue Ford Factory historical site in Detroit.

Finished product. 36" x 24" license plate map of the United States, currently on display at the Piquette Avenue Ford Factory historical site in Detroit.


Another pile of plates turned into a piece of art! I've been blogging about my latest project, a 36" license plate map created for display at the historic Model T Automotive Heritage Complex in downtown Detroit. I've attached a few photos. Hope you enjoy.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Design Turnpike
posted in: member junk, vintage, metal, wood, artwork, industrial, family room, outdoor spaces, living room, porch, entry, study, brown, traditional, office, sunroom, great room, red, silver-metallic, historical, tin-metallic, game room

Comments (6)

2ndlifedesign writes: Great job! Posted: 4:37 pm on May 11th
MimiToria writes: This is incredible! One of the coolest re purposing of license plates yet to date. Well done!
Thanks for letting us have a peek at your masterpiece...
Gretchen Posted: 6:16 pm on May 9th
RanchDressing writes: Lots of patience required I imagine. I love the nostalgia of old plates. Posted: 10:31 am on May 9th
JunkArchitect writes: Your creations always amaze me! I'm in the process of making a portfolio cover from my very first Connecticut license plate. I'll send you a pic when it's complete.

Jim

Posted: 7:54 am on May 3rd
suewhitney writes: Another cool project. Nice!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 4:46 am on May 3rd
Prior writes: I really love the graphics quality on these, nice job! Thanks for the instructions, too!
Lezlee Posted: 2:25 pm on May 2nd
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