Designed by studio Pentagram, this poster "references the ubiquity of Johnston throughout the Underground network" - This is a part of TFL's new initiative to celebrate the anniversary of the Johnston typeface. Visit our website for more inspiration.
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A unique poster commissioned by Transport for London celebrating 100 years of the iconic Johnston font. Available to buy at London Transport Museum.
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Domenic Lippa and Jack Gilbey have designed a typographic but abstract poster for TfL. It's to celebrate the centenary of the Johnston typeface - used throughout the London Underground network. by pentagramdesign
Designer- Unknown I like how this poster plays with positive and negative space. It makes the viewer look twice and try to pick out individual letterforms.
This design intrigues me with the way the letters create the divide of negative and positive space. The yellow e stands out the most however I think the choice is strange. The way the letters are designed makes some of the letters hard to identify.
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