(Pics) New Type York: Exploring Urban Typography

(Pics) New Type York: Exploring Urban Typography
Design

James Patrick Gibson's New Type York project is an archeological dig through New York, where he collects typographical artifacts found throughout the city.

Kyana Gordon
  • 4 march 2010

James Patrick Gibson’s New Type York project is an archaeological dig through New York, where he collects typographical artifacts found throughout the city. Upon discovery, he posts his findings on the site and writes commentary relevant to that specific typeface.

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