The Windy City gets distilled down to its essence in this minimalist map-as-art take from Jenna Sue. The fine lines of Chicago streets and alleyways are shown in stark white, a lovely contrast to the olive background. This print on a NOYO headboard pairs best with simple, modern bed frames.
About the Artist
Jenna Sue is known for her innovative and simply beautiful abstract graphic city map art. This graphic designer with a case of wanderlust loves looking at city grids through the lens of a minimalist. She's been creating custom art prints since 2011.
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Bring the graphic art of Jenna Sue into your bedroom design when you choose her city map artwork for your custom fabric headboard from NOYO. Jenna Sue Design Co. specializes in the creation of abstract graphic city map art. As a designer who loves to travel, I aim to convey the uniqueness that lies within each city grid structure when broken down to a simplistic form. My inspiration began when I started a blog in 2010 to document the renovations of my new home in Florida. I loved finding new ways to personalize my space and built a career creating custom art prints--which has expanded enormously since its launch in 2011. These bold designs on your NOYO custom headboard are sure to be a conversation piece while adding a touch of personalization to your bedroom. jennasuedesign.blogspot.com jennasuedesign.com
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