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  • Ork Poster Brooklyn Teal & White 11" x 14"

Ork Poster Brooklyn Teal & White 11" x 14"

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This map of Brooklyn, New York is designed in the Ork Posters original typographic map style. It's broken down into the neighborhoods within the borough limits of Brooklyn.

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The letters of each neighborhood's name are arranged to fit in the geographic area of the neighborhood. 11” x 14” offset lithograph poster (B&W) or silkscreen print (teal & white, ivory & grey, gold, and white on black paper)

eco-friendly inks
poster-weight paper
individually packaged in clear sleeve with chipboard backing

Made in United States of America

Ork Posters is the home of the typographic city neighborhood map style seen here. Graphic designer and owner of Ork Posters, Jenny Beorkrem, first created this map style in 2007 when she designed a Chicago map for herself. She’s continued to her expand her line of cities and maps and has since sold over 200,000 maps to city-dwellers around the world. 

Throughout the years, Ork Posters has remained committed to leaving as little impact on the environment as possible when making and packaging their products. It selects 100% post consumer waste or recycled paper whenever possible and uses only non-toxic inks during production. It is also committed to the highest quality of print methods, using offset lithography and silkscreen printing. The silkscreen prints are made in-house and the offset printed posters are made at an eco-friendly, worker-owned press local to Ork Posters in Chicago.

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