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The Neighborhood Ride

About this Poster

I wanted to highlight the landscape and landmarks we’re known for — from the Walker Arts Center to the Sabo Bridge. Some things are less recognizable and open to interpretation, including the point of view changing within the composition. I was inspired by Olle Eksell and Ed Emberley’s gestural drawing style, creating a playfully sketched map of the city.

18.0″ x 24.0
French Paper, Construction, Whitewash
3-color screen print

Meet Jenny Moran of Wink

Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

Wink crafts inspiring and impactful design that tells a unique story. Bold and graphic with a hint of wit, the perfect recipe creates brands, packaging, and illustration that are elevated behind just aesthetic. Wink collaborates with an array of brands, including Thymes Fragrance, Whole Foods, Target, and Scotts Lawn Care. Jenny, a creative at Wink, enjoys collecting records, and being a human mama to her two cats.

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Back Story

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Seeing The Future

Without realizing it until the poster was already finalized, I found out it would be printed at the Casket Arts Building in Northeast Minneapolis at North Star Printmaking Studio — the very building featured in the upper right of the poster. Talk about foresight!

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Art Was Inevitable

Being raised by a mother who put a paint brush in my hand as a child, a sister who wanted me to art critique her homework, and taking every art class available in high school—it was only a matter of time really.

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Fiddy Did Me A Solid

Best advice I’ve ever gotten? To buy bitcoins, moohahaha! Thanks, 50 Cent.