'Neighborhoods of Minneapolis' Eye Chart Print

$ 35.00

Will it look super hanging on your wall? You betcha. We’ve arranged the shapes of 89 Minneapolis neighborhoods in a grid, from smallest in size to largest, to create this poster print.

‘Neighborhoods of Minneapolis’ 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.

Customization Options:

Like all prints in the Eye Chart series, this print can be customized by coloring up to 3 neighborhoods of your choice in either red, green or blue. If you choose a highlight color, please email us at hey@blueistheland.com after you purchase to let us know which specific neighborhood(s) you’d like to color.

List of Neighborhoods:

Armatage • Audubon Park • Bancroft • Beltrami • Bottineau • Bryant • Bryn Mawr • CARAG • Cedar-Isles-Dean • Cedar-Riverside • Central • Cleveland • Columbia Park • Como • Cooper • Corcoran • Diamond Lake • Dinkytown • Downtown East • Downtown West • East Calhoun • East Harriet • Elliot Park • Ericsson • Field • Folwell • Fulton • Hale • Harrison • Hawthorne • Hiawatha • Holland • Howe • Jordan • Keewaydin • Kenny • Kenwood • Kingfield • Lind-Bohanon • Linden Hills • Logan Park • Longfellow • Loring Heights • Loring Park • Lowry Hill • Lyn-Lake • Lyndale • Lynnhurst • Marcy-Holmes • Marshall Terrace • McKinley • Midtown • Mill District • Minnehaha • Morris Park • Near North • Nicollet Island • North Loop • Northeast Park • Northrop • Page • Phillips • Powderhorn Park • Prospect Park • Regina • Seward • Sheridan • Shingle Creek • St. Anthony East • St. Anthony West • Standish • Stevens Square • Sumner-Glenwood • Tangletown • U of M • Uptown • Ventura Village • Victory • Waite Park • Warehouse District • Webber-Camden • The Wedge • Wenonah • West Bank • West Calhoun • Whittier • Willard-Hay • Windom • Windom Park

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.