7 stencils shared
Asia? I'd like you to meet Europe. Europe? Asia... Turkey, Russia, how do you handle the confusion? Luckily, you and over 50 of your friends fall into the non-European part of that Eurasian land mass. But wait, there's more! A little to the south and a little to the east you have Australia - continent or island, you decide....more
The lost continent. But not any longer! The Africa OmniGraffle Stencil, I presume? Here's to you discovering the Africa OmniGraffle Stencil, complete with country shapes with all the features you've come to expect in .gstencils. Pop up names, Wikipedia links and scale! Ghana, Chad, Namibia, Morocco and many, many more - they...more
Finland: so close to Russia, so far from Japan. But just how far? With the European OmniGraffle map stencil you can see just where those Finns are, and why they were so quiet during the Cold War (unlike those chatty Swedes and Danes...) Like all the rest of the maps, this stencil maintains scale when dragged onto another map....more
Is your penguin pining for home? Does he mutter about the balmy waters of McMurdo Sound under his fishy breath? Download this Antarctic map stencil and make him feel right at home! It will also make you feel really, really small, since Antarctica is rather large. How large? You can see by copying/pasting (or option-dragging)...more
Goooooooooaaaaaaaal! You have just scored a OmniGraffle map stencil of South America! Replete with native country names and Wikipedia links, one can drag and drop Brazil, Argentina and over a dozen other exciting nations all while maintaining relative scale! (Did you know Chile is nearly as wide as the U.S.? Drag it onto the...more
North America is brought to you by Canada, The United States, Mexico and many more nations (as well as a fine set of islands). English and native-language names of states, provinces and countries are stored in the notes field and will pop up in OmniGraffle Pro. Clicking with the action tool (the gloved hand) will direct your...more
This stencil has been created at the same scale as our "States of the USA" stencil, using Natural Resources Canada data.