1. Looking to travel across the U.S.? This map comes with stickers and is the perfect way to keep track of the national parks you visit while on the road.
2. This illustration by Michael Mullan uses state abbreviations and a wonderful combination of color and texture.
3. A modern design like this one is great for a memory holder or a geography lesson because it lists the states and the state capitals.
4. A map of the U.S., filled with the country’s finest foods. From New York’s pretzels to California’s cobb salad, discover what makes each state unique.
5. With its bright colors and fun illustrations, I see this map on the wall of a classroom or a child's playroom.
6. Typographic maps are one of my favorite ways to show the United States, and this one is a gorgeous hand-drawn version! You can even choose to highlight your favorite state with an accent color of your choice.
7. This is a bold typographic favorite. Ork posters also offer city maps and are constantly adding new cities!
8. With a flag planted squarely in each state, this map takes you on a journey from sea to shining sea.
9. You can tell David Lesue really took his time to illustrate this map. The states work perfectly together and also when broken out on their own.
10. This geometric United States map really keeps it simple and bold and focuses on the overall shape of the country.
11. A typographic text map of the United States of America. Each state is represented by its name, which is shaped to fit into the geographically correct outline of the state. I appreciate this very clean approach to showcasing the United States.
Beyond just red, white and blue
I love how the same subject can be portrayed so many different ways, and these are some of my favorite posters of the U.S. Do you have any map posters already in your home or office? Do you have any on your wish list?