'Neighborhoods of Los Angeles' Eye Chart Print

$ 35.00

More references to L.A. geography than a Tom Petty song. We’ve arranged the shapes of 110 Los Angeles neighborhoods in a grid, from smallest in size to largest, to create this poster print.

‘Neighborhoods of Los Angeles’ measures 18" × 24", is printed in black ink on bright white, heavyweight matte paper and comes unframed. It’s part of our Eye Chart series.

List of Neighborhoods:

Adams-Normandie • Arleta • Arlington Heights • Atwater Village • Baldwin Hills • Bel-Air • Beverly Crest • Beverly Grove • Beverlywood • Boyle Heights • Brentwood • Broadway-Manchester • Canoga Park • Carthay • Central-Alameda • Century City • Chatsworth • Chesterfield Square • Cheviot Hills • Chinatown • Crenshaw • Cypress Park • Del Rey • Downtown • Eagle Rock • East Hollywood • Echo Park • El Sereno • Elysian Park • Elysian Valley • Encino • Exposition Park • Fairfax • Florence • Glassell Park • Gramercy Park • Granada Hills • Green Meadows • Hancock Park • Harbor City • Harbor Gateway • Harvard Heights • Harvard Park • Highland Park • Historic South-Central • Hollywood • Hollywood Hills • Hollywood Hills West • Hyde Park • Jefferson Park • Koreatown • Lake Balboa • Lake View Terrace • Larchmont • Leimert Park • Lincoln Heights • Los Feliz • Manchester Square • Mar Vista • Mid-City • Mid-Wilshire • Mission Hills • Montecito Heights • Mount Washington • North Hills • North Hollywood • Northridge • Pacific Palisades • Pacoima • Palms • Panorama City • Pico-Robertson • Pico-Union • Playa del Rey • Playa Vista • Porter Ranch • Rancho Park • Reseda • San Pedro • Sawtelle • Shadow Hills • Sherman Oaks • Silver Lake • South Park • Studio City • Sun Valley • Sunland • Sylmar • Tarzana • Toluca Lake • Tujunga • University Park • Valley Glen • Valley Village • Van Nuys • Venice • Vermont Knolls • Vermont Square • Vermont Vista • Vermont-Slauson • Watts • West Adams • West Hills • West Los Angeles • Westchester • Westlake • Westwood • Windsor Square • Winnetka • Woodland Hills

About the Eye Chart Series:

A design in the Eye Chart series is simple. We arrange the shapes of a city’s neighborhoods in a grid, from smallest in size to largest. Like an (upside-down) eye chart. It makes for a unique way to visualize your favorite city — and, we think, a pretty cool piece to hang on your wall.