Can anyone recommend either a service that sells wall maps based on OpenStreetMap or a program that will allow me to make a custom wall map that I can send to a print company (I want something larger than a normal printer can handle)? I'm looking for or would like to make two different maps. One of the world where each country is a different color and an other one of United States where each state is a different color.

I'm not looking for a print of a city guide or a water resistant map which there clear links to services that claim to do that on the Wiki (I did look).

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We have many questions regarding printing (also big ones), click the tag which I have added below your question (sort by "most voted").

In principle, use a service form OSM on Paper list to make a big bitmap image or better a vector file and then search a printing service for big prints.

I guess there could be companies offering this as full service, however I am not aware of one. Maybe someone else knows one. Some of our commercial services list have "print" mentioned. You could look around a bit.

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