Johnston Sans and Gill

A piece on BBC about the anniversary of London Underground signage using Johnston Sans:
http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-35916807


Comments

  • The museum has created a giant and unorthodox method of printing Johnston Sans - a 12.5 ton steamroller.  B)

    "We're going to make some huge, laser-cut Johnston wood types, ink them up with a really big roller, lay very large sheets of paper over the top, and then drive over it with a steamroller."

  • Chris LozosChris Lozos Posts: 1,190
    Wood that I could see that! ;-)

  • Kent LewKent Lew Posts: 896
    The Museum of Printing (formerly in North Andover, MA; soon to be re-opening in Havervill, MA) has usually included a Steamroller Printing event during its Printing Arts Fair each summer.
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