at first glance these prints might look something you’d consult for your next trip. but take a closer look and you’ll see they’re also beautifully clever pieces of art. jodie silsby and nancy mccabe are two graphic designers who see the world through unique lenses (and we love the results): silsby’s features local dialect in lieu of winding streets, while mccabe washes the globe with elegant typefaces and watercolor brushstrokes. either would dress up a wall quite nicely.
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