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Time Travel Map fabric by jenimp on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.

by jenimp

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By Jeni

I'm a graphic designer and crafter inspired by the natural world, urban environments and the interface between the two. Feel free to contact me with requests for color and scale changes!

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Description:

Need to get from 1455 to 1994? Look no further than this handy-dandy map of time. Modeled after the inimitable London Tube map, of course, in bright

Need to get from 1455 to 1994? Look no further than this handy-dandy map of time. Modeled after the inimitable London Tube map, of course, in bright shades of blue, yellow, red, green, black and pink on crisp white.

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caelestis

caelestis says: Hi, Jenimp! I contacted you a long time ago to see if you'd make this design in sepia tone. I can't find the original conversation. I was wondering if you ever did the sepia design--I'd like to get the window treatment in my kitchen finished, and I really want to use this fabric. But the bright colors wouldn't look right with my brown/gray/parchment colored steampunk/mad scientist/time traveler decor.

Posted over 2 years ago.

anastas...

anastasiia-ku says: cooooooooooooooooooooool!!

Posted about 5 years ago.

allida

allida says: Very clever! Makes me miss living in Europe :)

Posted about 5 years ago.

poetryqn

poetryqn says: lol This was my personal favorite for the time travel contest. I so wish you could enter it for the map contest! (It's still my favorite of all the map fabrics already posted!)

Posted over 5 years ago.

nudders

nudders says: I love this design. It certainly got my vote in the contest, I was surprised it didn't win - such a witty and graphically gorgeous interpretation of the brief.

Posted almost 6 years ago.

francine

francine says: Congrats on your second place win with this clever design! Yes, I know I'm late to comment. I missed the train a couple of times (snicker)

Posted almost 6 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Congratulations on the #2 spot. I find this a very humorous interpretation of the theme.

Posted almost 6 years ago.

jenimp

jenimp says: Heehee - at my house we say "Very cleaver, professor," for some unknown reason - maybe it's a quote from a long-forgotten movie? Who knows. I ordered a swatch today - I'll make the fabric available for sale as soon as I proof it. Thanks for all the interest!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

babysis...

babysisterrae says: Congrats on second place!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

sammyk

sammyk says: Such a great design! Yes, and as teken-ing said, very cleaver! You cleaver beaver, you! ;) Haha. I kid, I kid. I've stored this design in my brain and WILL find a project suitable for it, because I think I need to have some of my very own!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

uzumakijo

uzumakijo says: congrats on second, very well deserved, fantastic concept and you executed it so well.brilliant!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

teken-ing

teken-ing says: cleaver? clever that is ;-) my bad!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

teken-ing

teken-ing says: Well deserved second place! Very cleaver design, makes a great educational pattern (for stationary maybe?), yay!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

kdl

kdl says: Great idea for the theme, congratulations on 2nd place!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

ormolu

ormolu says: I love this; it would have been first in my book!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: Congratulations on 2nd place!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

lucindawei

lucindawei says: Congratulations on 2nd place!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

annosch

annosch says: Really great idea and implementation. This is my personal favorite in this contest! Good Luck!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

babysis...

babysisterrae says: love, love, love this!! super clever.

Posted about 6 years ago.

pennycandy

pennycandy says: Ingenious!

Posted about 6 years ago.

jenimp

jenimp says: Thanks for the nice words, everybody! It was a fun design to make.

Posted about 6 years ago.

vdyej

vdyej says: Too cool - I think this print would look awesome as a mod dress!

Posted about 6 years ago.

margare...

margaretsart says: Clever idea. I draw maps for a living and I really like this.

Posted about 6 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: Alas! My ticket seems to be one-way only! I would so like to change platforms and visit another era, maybe check out a few disputed historical details, before returning to the here and now! Oh, well. At least I can amuse myself by following the time-lines on your wonderful fabric design.

Posted about 6 years ago.

peacoqu...

peacoquettedesigns says: Really fun! I enjoy the idea!

Posted about 6 years ago.

sammyk

sammyk says: Yes, very nice indeed! Glad to see I'm not the only one driven mad by details of my designs; loved reading your insight comment as to how you came about it all. I agree with Jo, looks great in the yardage view and it's a clean, modern, versatile fabric. Well done!

Posted about 6 years ago.

uzumakijo

uzumakijo says: hahaa...i love this one jeni....and yes when i looked at it first i was trying to figure out the dates, until i read your comment and then i stopped!!! brilliant idea and looks really cool as yardage!

Posted about 6 years ago.

jenimp

jenimp says: In case you're wondering what the dates represent, I started out trying to make it logical -- for example, moving from the invention of paper to the printing press to the start of the Internet -- but in the end I decided I was making myself crazy and added in a bunch of random dates as well. You can amuse yourselves trying to figure out the connections. :)

Posted about 6 years ago.