The Goonies Canvas Treasure Map
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This is a replica of the Goonies treasure map that was hand drawn from several stills, production photos, and prop photosa and then printed onto a nice textured cotton weave canvas at a resolution of 1440x1440 using archival UV-resistant inks on a large format printer. The overall dimensions of the map match those of the original prop at 21" wide x 13" tall. It is heavy, thick canvas and feels substantial in your hand, although it would look great under glass on your wall r in your home theater. The map folds in to reveal a clue just like in the original cut of the film. This is the "must have" hi-resolution prop for any Goonies fan. Beware of "booty twaps" while you are on your adventure to snag yourself some rich stuff.
Note that the 2-sided option of the map DOES have the music notes on the back. If you choose the 1-sided version, it will NOT have the music notes on the back. They are meant mainly as a wall-hanging decoration and look beautiful in frames. Larger (and smaller) sizes can be made of this map if you are interested. Just contact me in advance if you have any questions. I will always work with you as I value your positive feedback.
About the artists:
Félix de León was born in Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain and as a boy he moved to Gran Canaria with his family in the early 80's. He graduated in Translation and Interpreting from the ULPGC (University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria). He has worked as a makeup artist and art director. He is currently working as an illustrator. He combines this activity with teaching English. It is worth mentioning that among his accomplishments are the awarded Canarian short film "Ansite" (2011) and the feature film "Maresia" (2014).
He illustrated the award-winning children’s book Planet Nowhere.
One of his main influences are 80s science fiction and adventure movies and TV series.
As an avid cinema goer and film enthusiast since his childhood, he has been heavily influenced by 80’s pop culture, mostly science fiction and adventure movies and TV series.
I started making things in the summer of 1993. I started out decorating people’s schoolbook covers for lunch money. In eighth grade I won an art contest and was chosen to paint a mural on the school’s wall. My next move was bending the cafeteria flatware into animal shapes out of boredom, and then it occurred to me that people might actually enjoy my creations.
I spent my summers as a sign and race car painter with my uncle. I was always known for my cartoon-style mascots and characters. This facet of my life is what led me to working at a magazine, and creating advertisements and logos for hundreds of companies.
I currently live in the Columbus, Ohio area as a graphic artist by day, and a maker by night. I am more known for my Star Wars, Goonies, Big Lebowski, Hellraiser, and other pop-culture creations. I am often referred to as, “the guy that makes things that no one else can or wants to make.”