This print is based on data collected from all 282 Scottish Munros.
The mountains visualised here do not exist as individual mountains. They have been created using summit, drop and col height data from a series of munros. These series are based on the sections within the Scottish Mountaineering Club Munro Table.
The resulting print shows the range of ascents across all munros. As the heights are relative across the mountains, the sections containing the highest and lowest peaks as well as the highest and lowest number of munros are clearly illustrated.
The details of the area covered, longitude and the number of munros are stated below each mountain.
The shading of the mountains distinguishes between the different data type (summit, drop and col respectively) and have been shaded using rock located at the bottom of Ben Wyvis.
The print is a risograph, which has been printed by Risotto Studio in Glasgow. Risograph is a cross between a screen print and a photocopy and uses soy based inks, which are environmentally friendly.
The paper has been made by a paper miill in Yorkshire using FSC accredited pulp.
A3 Print (420mm x 297mm)
Edition of 100
2 colours (black and yellow)
Riso Printed in Glasgow using 160gsm GF Smith Naturalis Paper