The New York Subway System by Pantone Color Print

New York’s iconic subway signage organised by Pantone shades.

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The beautiful simplicity and elegance of the New York subway system’s signage has been organized by Pantone colors and turned into artwork by designers and artists Alex Daly and Hamish Smyth. The poster chronicles a love affair with design and is officially approved by the MTA, an iconic design that should be remembered and celebrated ever since Bob Noorda and Massimo Vignelli created the originals back in 1970. Support Alex and Hamish’s work, and learn about the painstaking attention to detail over on their Kickstarter page.

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