'Neighborhoods of Washington, D.C.' Eye Chart Print

$ 35.00

The only thing in D.C. more stylish is Claire Underwood. We’ve arranged the shapes of 120 D.C. neighborhoods in a grid, from smallest in size to largest, to create this poster print.

‘Neighborhoods of Washington, D.C.’ 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:

16th Street Heights • Adams Morgan • Anacostia • AU Park • Barnaby Woods • Barney Circle • Barry Farm • Bellevue • Benning • Benning Heights • Benning Ridge • Berkley • Bloomingdale • Brentwood • Brightwood • Brightwood Park • Brookland • Buena Vista • Burleith • Burrville • Capitol Hill • Capitol View • Carver Langston • Cathedral Heights • Catholic University • Chevy Chase • Chinatown • Cleveland Park • Colonial Village • Columbia Heights • Congress Heights • Crestwood • Deanwood • Douglass • Downtown • Dupont Circle • Dupont Park • Eastland Gardens • Eckington • Edgewood • Fairfax Village • Fairlawn • Federal Triangle • Foggy Bottom • Forest Hills • Fort Davis • Fort Dupont • Fort Dupont Park • Fort Lincoln • Fort Totten • Foxhall • Friendship Heights • Gallaudet • Garfield Heights • Gateway • Georgetown • Glover Park • Good Hope • Greenway • Hains Point • Hawthorne • Hillbrook • Hillcrest • Ivy City • Kalorama • Kenilworth • Kent • Kingman Park • Knox Hill • Langdon • LeDroit Park • Lincoln Heights • Logan Circle • Mahaning Heights • The Mall • Manor Park • Marshall Heights • Mayfair • McLean Gardens • Michigan Park • Mount Pleasant • Mount Vernon Square • National Arboretum • Navy Yard • Naylor Gardens • Near Northeast • NoMa • Old Soldiers’ Home • Palisades • Park View • Penn Branch • Penn Quarter • Petworth • Pleasant Hill • Pleasant Plains • Potomac Park • Randle Highlands • Riggs Park • River Terrace • Rock Creek Park • Roosevelt Island • Shaw • Shepherd Park • Shipley Terrace • Southwest • Spring Valley • Stanton Park • Stronghold • Takoma • Tenleytown • Trinidad • Truxton Circle • Twining • Wakefield • Washington Highlands • Wesley Heights • White House • Woodland • Woodley Park • Woodridge

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.