Untapped Cities is excited to announce the launch of our e-commerce shop on Society6 , where you’ll be able to own illustrations and photography from the columnists and photographers you follow here on Untapped! And for a limited time, we’re offering free shipping on all products to anywhere around the world (except for framed items and canvases). All items can be purchased as a print, framed print, laptop/iPad skin, iPhone case/skin, notecards and t-shirts. Here’s a sampling:
THE DOWNTOWN DOODLER: You know the Downtown Doodler from her famous Starbucks Cup Doodles, but you’ve also seen her New York City landmark design on our Facebook cover photo. She’s got a ton of other incredible doodles and drawings, ranging from a watercolor of the Jefferson Market Library, Doodle Photo Bombs of Brooklyn Bridge, and San Francisco landmarks.
THE NYC-PARIS MASHUP MAP: Urban planner Charles-Antoine Perrault notably made this mashup of Paris and New York, asking “What if Manhattan was Designed Like Paris?” and destabilizing our notion of New York City. Now you can get it for your wall, your laptop and more!
THE UNTAPPED CITIES SERIES: We commissioned architect and urban designer Heinz von Eckartzberg to capture New York City, Paris, and San Francisco for our team business cards. That means the water towers and fire escapes of NYC, a Haussmanian avenue in Paris and the Victorian houses of San Francisco. Now you can have them too!
THE ART OF STYLE BY KAT MILLS New York-based graphic designer Kat Mills’s column, The Art of Style, showcases quirky & eye-catching NYC street style using ink and watercolor. Her first two pieces, Androgypunk and F-Train snobs, are available in the shop.
(ART)CHITECTURE BY CHARLOTTE VALLANCE: Charlotte is an illustrator and printmaker based in London. She spends a weekend a month in Amsterdam and her Untapped Cities column, (Art)chitecture is about quirky buildings she comes across in those cities, and her travels around the world. London, as she shows here, is full of little streets, like this “D” shaped street near Kings Cross.
And don’t forget, get free shipping until this Sunday! Check back often as we’ll be adding new product regularly (including photography of course) and our Etsy shop launches very soon.