Tor classifies areas in San Francisco by bicycle. I’d say that’s about right.
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That’s a great graphic. I might not get all the references, but using bicycle silhouettes to tell a story about neighborhood character is an excellent concept, and nicely realized
My only quibble is with the Tenderloin. That frame would be stolen in two seconds flat. All they’d have to do is lift it up and it’s off to the crack house for a little ‘pick-me-up’.
Print sold out? Noooo!!!!!!!! Want print, want print, want print!
The tenderloin one is the best!
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