How to Build Community Duluth Print by Tin Cup Design
This original art print is by Duluth artist Tin Cup Design.
"One of my dreams is to see neighborhoods in Duluth filled with all kinds of different people move from being separate homes of separated people to being a community where there is genuine friendship and connection and care and overlapping lives—real and awkward and gritty and deep. The words in this print offer small, daily practices that move us toward those things.
This print is set in the northern city, Duluth, Minnesota. You can find many landmarks and beloved corners in the print—trails, creeks, the Coppertop, old Central, the Rose Garden, the Antennae Farm, our great hills and, of course, the Great Lake.
A portion of the cost of this print goes to the Syracuse Cultural Workers who originally wrote these wonderful words in 1998."
This print is 11x14, surrounded by a white border with the title and a signature nestled in there. It is printed locally in Duluth on white, Lynx 100# cover.