There can never be too many New York City maps, and City Room points out collage artist Michael Albert's latest creation—a print of which costs 50 bucks online, though he generously handed them out for free this past weekend on a corner in downtown Brooklyn.
The design is comprised of letters he stocked up on from ads and commercial packaging, which the site points out creates a ransom note aesthetic. Including everything from street names to neighborhoods to stores and subway stops, you can view the entire map here. He declared, “I did spell one thing wrong. I won’t tell you what it is"—however, since making that claim some some of the city's citizens have picked up on a few more typos.