Designhype

A sleek, sartorial way to show your love for public transportation.

Do you often find yourself lost on the subway, with nary a map in sight? Never fear. Product design company Designhype has released a series of bracelets with the maps of different subway systems. So far, London, Milan, New York, and Paris are represented in the series with a Chicago one in the works. Each cuff goes for $37.00.

Below, the pieces:

London

Milan

New York
Paris

About the Author

Mark Byrnes
Mark Byrnes

Mark Byrnes is a senior associate editor at CityLab who writes about design, history, and photography.

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