When they said "the devil is in the details", they must have been talking about this stunning and meticulously detailed map of Tristram, the hub town from the original Diablo.
As you can see from the photos, this map, a 18-½" wide by 14" piece laser-etched into maplewood, very carefully documents the location as it once was. While the Tristram of Diablo II and III is in ruins, it depicts the settlement in its earlier days, when Gillian and Pepin were still around (and poor Deckward was not strung up in a cage over the demon-infested remains of the cathedral).
The etching is part of a series from New Orleans based woodworking shop Neutral Ground, each exploring the maps of classic video games with the illustrations of graphic designer Alex Griendling. Other maps include Hyrule from the Legend of Zelda series and Dinosaur Land from Super Mario World. They come with a hook on the back for easy hanging, and retail for $150 over at Neutral Ground's official online shop. Check out more photos of their tribute to Tristram below.