Adding a Twist to the Art of Reading a D.C. Map

Here’s something fun for the end the week.

D.C.’s eight wards are composed of 100+ neighborhoods — roughly 131 of them depending upon how you count them.  If you would like to see all those neighborhoods typographically mapped, you’ll enjoy the crafty City Neighborhood Poster series from Ork Posters!. Park View is among the neighborhoods that fit ably within their borders.

Colors Options…
POSTER-VERSION ($22):

    Classic Black & White
    Patriotic Red & Blue

SCREEN PRINT ($27):

    Crackberry Print
    Aboretum Green
    Monumental Gray

Check out the DC Neighborhood Maps [Ork Posters!]

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3 Comments on “Adding a Twist to the Art of Reading a D.C. Map”


  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by David Pittman, Nick McClellan and Jeanette DB, Jeanette DB. Jeanette DB said: I *need* this poster. http://parkviewdc.wordpress.com/2011/02/04/adding-a-twist-to-the-art-of-reading-a-d-c-map/ [...]

  2. claudia Says:

    Got one a while ago and just had it framed. It is super cool.


  3. [...] you liked the DC neighborhood typographical map, then you will enjoy the greater detail of this lovely road M-A-P of D.C. Neighborhood snapshot of [...]


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