Islands of Great Britain

I'm a sucker for a good map, and the Ordnance Survey produce the best in the world of course. They have recently worked with Alasdair Rae of Sheffield University to create some beautiful mapping of British islands.
The OS blog post provides an opportunity to download the original mapping, which can then be printed at a large scale. It would certainly make an excellent framed print. There is also an islands quiz on the blog post.
Recent tweets have also included further information on the mapping, and you should make sure to follow the Ordnance Survey if you are geographically inclined.
You can also follow the FLICKR account to see a number of versions of the image, which are good enough to print.

You will be able to see every line clearly on the largest size, even down to the lowest line... like an optician's sight chart...

The largest sized image is 52Mb which is a chunky old file!

Created by Alasdair Rae / Ordnance Survey
Inspired by David Garcia