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line posters

by Cayla Ferari & John Breznicky
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  • the story

Be Transported

Navigating mass transit is an art. That becomes especially clear in these modern, transit-inspired prints by Cayla Ferari and John Breznicky. A graphic designer and an engineer, their collaboration reduces the world's great transit systems into linear abstractions, revealing both the elegant beauty and the functionality of their design. Screen printed by hand on 100% uncoated paper, the posters are a bold display of your hometown pride, an eye-catching reminder of a favorite travel destination, or simply a stunning work of art. Looks handsome displayed individually or as a collection. Made in Brooklyn.

  • details
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Made from
water-based ink, recycled paper
Tokyo & London: 18" H x 24" W; all others: 24" H x 18" W
Poster comes rolled in a protective tube.
Care: handle with care, dents easily.
  • the maker

Cayla Ferari & John Breznicky

Graphic designer, Cayla Ferari and engineer, John Breznicky. When the two set out to find transit inspired artwork for their first apartment together, the search came up empty. John suggested they convert a design Cayla had drawn of the NYC Subway system into a large scale wall decal for their living room. After receiving numerous compliments on their creation, the team decided to design their first product together: a black and white offset poster.

After spending the summer of 2011 selling throughout the streets - what started as a hobby, had turned into a successful business. With a growing inventory of additional city designs and products, Line Posters hopes to reach a wider audience while continuing to deliver well designed, high quality items.

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Q and A

When our community voted on this product, some also shared comments - read them below:

228votes, 23 comments

Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

These transit-inspired pieces are definitely in-line with our current art assortment, so we're wondering which ones you like best. What city's public transportation system would you celebrate with this design?

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meh. boring. seen so many others like this

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Like the idea, but not the colors

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boring and unoriginal. definitely not "uncommon goods".

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Pretty cool.

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Unique and very interesting. I like it.

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i like the concept, just feels like it's poorly executed. Also feel like I've seen this idea somewhere else...

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Perfect! These photos do not do this product justice! They are beautiful and extremely well executed in person!


Great for locals !

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I like them, actually, but don't think they'd sell well - not wide appeal.

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Just not very attractive.

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These items are sold EVERYWHERE. Also, they're absolutely not something I would ever put on my walls. In fact, I would be upset if I had to look at them on someone else's wall.

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Been done before..and in better colors!

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Love These! Look much better in person

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Seen better version elsewhere

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Conversation piece. I like. Unique.

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clever -

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Nothing unique about it.

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I LOVE the public transit maps!

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do not like the colors and need many more city options

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Could be a cool way to display your hometown or a favorite city.


what about dc?

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