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Just had to share these photos of typography in and around New York City. Taken by a friend of mine, Maxine (wander_by_trade), they show a bewildering variety of typography based subway signage, posters, general signs as well as decades old wood and stone building engravings. Not to mention the odd appearance of Helvetica.

This selection really has made me want to go their really quite soon and take my own photos. Enjoy.

Typography in New York City








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