If Queens is the borough where nearly every language on Earth is spoken, then Jackson Heights is the neighborhood where just about every type of food is served.
New York Times even referred to Jackson Heights as “a global town square”, and we’ve said it before … who’s to argue with the New York Times?
Mexican, Indian, Korean … what are you in the mood for? Now that’s really the only question you should ask yourself at this point.
Perfect for your gallery wall, or as a gift for someone who’s in love with the neighborhood often referred to as one of the most culturally diverse on the planet, this stylish and minimalistic design is sure to be a conversation starter.
Printed on high quality, sustainably sourced and certified paper, with a beautifully textured and matte appearance, this art print measures 18” x 24” (unframed) and has a graphic frame on all sides that measures approx. 0.75”.
Frame not included.