'Neighborhoods of San Francisco' Eye Chart Print

$ 35.00

We’ll save you from a Wikipedia rabbit hole: The street from the “Full House” opening credits is in Alamo Square. We’ve arranged the shapes of that and 93 other San Francisco neighborhoods in a grid, from smallest in size to largest, to create this poster print.

‘Neighborhoods of San Francisco’ 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:

Alamo Square • Anza Vista • Ashbury Heights • Balboa Terrace • Bayview • Bayview Heights • Bernal Heights • Buena Vista Park • Candlestick Point • Castro • Central Richmond • Central Sunset • Chinatown • Civic Center • Clarendon Heights • Cow Hollow • Crocker-Amazon • Diamond Heights • Dogpatch • Duboce Triangle • Embarcadero • Excelsior • Financial District • Fisherman’s Wharf • Forest Hill • Forest Hill Extension • Forest Knolls • Glen Park • Golden Gate Heights • Golden Gate Park • Haight-Ashbury • Hayes Valley • Hunters Point • Ingleside • Ingleside Heights • Ingleside Terrace • Inner Parkside • Inner Richmond • Inner Sunset • Lakeshore • Lakeside • Laurel Heights • Lone Mountatin • Lower Haight • Lower Pacific Heights • Marina • Merced Heights • Merced Manor • Midtown Terrace • Miraloma Park • The Mission • Mission Bay • Mission Dolores • Mission Terrace • Monterey Heights • Mount Davidson Manor • Nob Hill • Noe Valley • NoPa • North Beach • Oceanview • Outer Mission • Outer Parkside • Outer Richmond • Outer Sunset • Pacific Heights • Parkside • Pine Lake Park • Portola • Potrero Hill • Presidio • Presidio Heights • Russian Hill • Saint Francis Wood • Sea Cliff • Sherwood Forest • Silver Terrace • SoMa • South Beach • Stonestown • Sunnyside • Telegraph Hill • Tenderloin • Treasure Island • Twin Peaks • Union Square • Upper Market • Visitacion Valley • West Portal • Western Addition • Westwood Highlands • Westwood Park • Yerba Buena • Yerba Buena Island

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.