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Early gift idea: Lauren Ancona’s mesmerizing blueprint map on a pillow

You can buy it Friday night at Indy Hall Arts' KINSHOP boutique.

Lauren Ancona's blueprint map pillow. (Photo via Twitter)

Go get this for the map lover or the Philadelphia lover (or both) in your life — city data scientist Lauren Ancona’s mesmerizing blueprint map in pillow form.
It’ll be for sale at Indy Hall Arts’ KINSHOP boutique, which opens Friday.
The pillow already has fans.
KINSHOP wares will be available on Indy Hall Arts’ online store very soon. Right now, there’s a bunch of cool stuff for sale by the Indy Hall community.

Companies: Indy Hall

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