Words by Evan La Ruffa
Mr City Printing caught our eye in that it’s technical yet artistic in demeanor. Not overly playful, more architectural; the bones of each and every one of these fantastic cities are revealed. Not every piece of art is a statement of intent, sometimes pieces like these do a better job of serving as emblems than calling cards. Not only are the prints extremely well done, your favorite city is probably on the list. Sure, it doesn’t include the Wichita’s of the world, but give them time. We must give credit where credit is due, as we found these prints on Fab.com, then scurried over to the website to get a full view. Printed on heavy duty off-white matte, The French Paper Co. furnishes their paper, beautiful to the touch and the eye.
There’s also an Etsy shop with plenty of great stuff. We haven’t been able to capture the real name of this St. Louis-based artist but we’re sure to stay plugged in, and so should you.
Mr City Printing https://www.mrcityprinting.com/
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