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Aaron Straup Cope on 20x200

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20x200 is a site that sells curated, limited edition art by up and coming and established artists for $20. Today, 20x200 is releasing a Chicago print from artist Aaron Straup Cope's renowned prettymaps series. Aaron has said he'd like "to generate map tiles that give the viewer that same dizzy feeling you get when you look down at a city at night, from an airplane. We've spent so long fussing over the relentless details in cartography that we've sort of forgotten what things (should) look like at a distance." Like always on 20x200, profits from the sale are split 50/50 with the artist. [Racked Inbox]