New: City Maps by These Are Things

In honor of Tuesday being City Guide day, I wanted to share these great new neighborhood maps from Jen and Omar at These Are Things. Since they debuted their first neighborhood map back in 2010, they’ve been receiving suggestions for new cities on a daily basis. This week they’re launching a new set of maps voted for by their customers and online fans. Now residents of Atlanta, Austin, Buffalo, Cleveland, Miami and Milwaukee can pick up 18″ x 24″ three-color lithographs of their hometowns to celebrate their favorite areas and hangouts. Each neighborhood map is available right here for $59. xo, grace

If you’re traveling to any of the cities above, we’ve got great guides written by locals from each city right here: Buffalo, Austin, Atlanta, Cleveland, Miami and Milwaukee. More city guides are right here.


See more city maps from These Are Things after the jump . . .


Jen + Omar

  1. ale norris says:

    these are great!! i live in austin and would absolutely love one of those on our frame wall.
    -ale

  2. Love these, really retro, bright and fun. Would love one for London where I live!

  3. Pamela says:

    Milwaukee AND Miami! My two cities, and you never see both done. I will have to get these just because of that. Now if I could just get a city in Cuba for my husband… :)

  4. Tiffany says:

    Love the shop and their blog!! I am sorta a map nerd so this just made my day!

  5. These are great! Love maps and this is so cool!

  6. molly h says:

    pretty, but the western addition is missing from the san francisco map.

  7. Sarah says:

    Crestview is missing from Austin :(

  8. Can’t wait to frame our SF one!

  9. Candice says:

    Can never get enough of maps as art.

  10. Kory says:

    These are so cute. Would love to have a Nashville one!

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