Boston via Hopkinton

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We’re excited to finally have wrapped up a project we started last March, while I was training for the marathon.

Modeled after vintage train rolls, this poster features each of the eight towns runners pass through along the route of the marathon. Streamline Press printed them for us, offset on a heavy, bright white stock, and we’re so happy with how they turned out.

Even in our dining room, hung only with binder clips, we’re growing more and more fond of this one – it’s a handsome piece.

The excitement doesn’t stop there! We’ve set up shop with Big Cartel to make the marathon poster available for sale. Have you run Boston? Know someone who has or plans to? Check out the Union Jack Creative shop to get your hands on one!

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  1. […] got more about the project on the Union Jack Creative blog, and the posters are available for sale in the UJC […]

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  5. […] ONE: Runner’s charm from Jessica’s Gifts // TWO: Handmade candle from Wicked Candles // THREE: Beautiful print from A Gier Design // FOUR: Boston skyline cards from Loose Petals // FIVE: Boston neighborhoods print from ShopDesignFixation // SIX: Boston necklace from Tessie’s Vault // SEVEN: Fenway Park soap from Scented Soap by Karen // EIGHT: 8×10 Boston print and card from JHill Designs // NINE: Marathon route print from Union Jack Creative […]

  6. […] ONE: Runner’s charm from Jessica’s Gifts // TWO: Handmade candle from Wicked Candles // THREE: Beautiful print from A Gier Design // FOUR: Boston skyline cards from Loose Petals // FIVE: Boston neighborhoods print from ShopDesignFixation // SIX: Boston necklace from Tessie’s Vault // SEVEN: Fenway Park soap from Scented Soap by Karen // EIGHT: 8×10 Boston print and card from JHill Designs // NINE: Marathon route print from Union Jack Creative […]

  7. […] been in marathon mode for a while now, and have loved watching our Boston poster pop up in Etsy treasuries and around the web; when Lindsey at More Awesomer reached out to ask us […]

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