The end of PLG Prints
Friends, the time has come to wrap up this project. Chronic illness has caused me to leave the neighborhood and the city, seemingly permanently, and I am ready to transition on to other projects and pursuits.
I am sad to announce that I don’t plan to hold any future PLG Print Sales and that I won’t be continuing to make new drawings of Flatbush-PLG. This project has been so meaningful and connective for me and I appreciate all of your support over the years.
This website will stay active for a few months in case anyone wants to place a final order, and then it will be closed down. Please follow my Instagram @plgprints where I will post about new projects and ways to keep in touch with me and my work.
Welcome to the 2022 print sale!
And, a contest! This year, every print sale purchase will be automatically entered into a raffle for a free custom drawing (building, tree, or pet). You’ll get one entry per small print or calendar that you purchase, and two entries per large print. Winner will be announced in early January.
The sale will be open from November 21st through December 10th. Scroll down to see all available products, and fill out the order form at the bottom of the page to purchase.
Thanks for your ongoing support!
A 12-month calendar of PLG prints. Printed on heavy uncoated paper; wire-bound.
Prints featured: Hot Pot, 50 Lincoln, Allan’s, Saleh Bodega, Trees of Prospect Park, Mr Softee, Scoops, Flatbush Trees, OEG, Red Brick, Caribbeing House
Trees of Prospect Park
Archival fine art print on cotton rag. Measures 11 x 17. Includes all trees, with hand-drawn title and labels.
Small prints 8.5 x 11
Set of two: $70
Set of three: $100
Large Landmark Prints
Archival fine-art prints measuring 11×14 or 11×17 inches on cotton rag paper.
Small Landmark Prints
Archival fine-art prints measuring 8.5 x 11 inches on cotton rag paper.
Single print: $40
Set of any two: $70
Set of any three: $100
If you are interested in ordering prints, please fill out this form. I will be in touch over email to let you know if/when I can accommodate your order.
About the project
I am a self-taught artist working with pen and ink. I started drawing the neighborhood in 2016 for the Voices of Lefferts community history project, to illustrate the stories of neighborhood residents.
I occasionally accept commissions; reach out to laurasthorne (at) gmail (dot) com to discuss.
Follow my work on Instagram at @plgprints.