Straight Lines is a collection of works by the artist GirlSpit, showcasing the growth of the City of Seattle from 1894 to 2017.
Each piece was cut by hand with an X-Acto Knife on Mylar Drafting Film. The last map in the series took an astonishing 250 hours to complete -- it features the Alaskan Way Viaduct.
This is the first time these works of art have been on display. Straight Lines opens the discussion to the inequity between zip codes and genetics for opportunity.