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If you're looking to gift someone whose trio of interests involve art, geography, and DTLA, consider this out-of-the-box option. Produced by Melissa Richardson Banks in collaboration with Ohara Hale and Patricia R. Mitchell of Big Squeeze Press, this limited-edition aluminum map illustrates Downtown's bustling Arts District.
Measuring at 12 inches high by eight inches wide, the conversation-starter will cost you $75 if unframed with rounded corners and a magnetic back. Make it extra flashy by adding $100 and it will be printed with sharp corners and mounted in an 11-inch by 15-inch slim silver frame. Into it? Email Melissa Richardson Banks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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