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Ork Posters Opens Home Goods Shop 'Neighborly' on North Side, Caters to the Modern Midwesterner

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Tomorrow, Ork Posters will open its new venture, a modern home goods and artwork shop called Neighborly, in the North Center/Lincoln Square neighborhood. The grand opening will also celebrate the 5th anniversary of Ork Posters, the creator of the popular typographic city neighborhood maps. Neighborly's mission is to bring a curation of well-designed and affordable goods of the Mid-Century Modern style to a consumer market.
· Neighborly [Official Site]


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