This map is based on the one in Charles Darwin’s Journal of Researches. I grayed the islands a bit (ash color, appropriately) so it looks better with different background colors, plus updated the names of the islands to the modern, Spanish versions. Redbubble will print it onto t-shirts, mouse pads, and endless other objects. If you don’t see what you want, just contact me and I’ll fix.
FYI, the mug (pic below) has map with Spanish names on one side, older English names on the other. This mug is handy if you read both old and new books about the Galapagos.
If you want a t-shirt with a GPS airport code oval on the front and a map of the Galapagos on the back, here’s a version I put up on Zazzle (link works even if it has strikethrough). I thought the map-on-the-back version would be nice for family vacations to the Galapagos — it’s really handy whenever you’re walking around and the guide needs to point at a map.