Minimalist Posters Draw Urban Transit Maps As Circuit Boards

Minimalist Posters Draw Urban Transit Maps As Circuit Boards

John Breznicky's designs re-imagine how we experience cities through their transportation networks.

Dylan Schenker
  • 26 january 2012

Every city has a particular layout that residents learn to navigate in a way that is specific to their routines, careers, obligations and relationships. We contend with how these cities are designed, carving out a path that is unique to us while still traveling within our own specific set of parameters. It’s like a decentralized network of nodes that we are perpetually traveling through and between.

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