How to Create Fractured, Framed Map Art

Put a modern spin on map art with a multi-frame application.

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Assign Letters With Painter’s Tape

In order to mark where each framed portion of the map will be hung, use painter's tape along the top edge of where each frame will be positioned (Image 1). Next, assign corresponding letters to the painter's tape as well as the backs of each of the frames (Image 2).

Mark Placement of Picture Hangers

Remove the original map from the wall. Next, use measuring tape to determine the center point of each piece of painter's tape (Image 1), then mark using a marker (Image 2). Once marks are made, remove painter's tape (Image 3).

Attach Picture Hangers, Then Hang

Referring to marks made with marker, attach picture hangers to the wall (Image 1). Once securely fastened, place each frame directly onto picture hanger until all frames are properly positioned (Image 2).

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