Street writing in Japan
Paula Scher’s identity for Friends of the High Line, designed in >> really beautiful, simple graphic map
Center for Health and Public Service Research, Robert F.
New pedestrian maps for NYC. By PentaCity, a group made up of graphic design studio Pentagram, map makers City ID and industrial designers Billings Jackson - tidy work.
"Smart ideas for smarter cities" IBM turns its ads into useful urban furniture. Cr: Cool Thing Fan Page
Helvetica and the New York City subway system : the true (maybe) story / Paul Shaw Edición [Rev. London : The MIT Press, cop.
To the High Line. Pentagram designed the signage for the finished High Line. The logo, originally designed for Friends of the High Line, became the symbol of the park itself.
Corbin Bowling Center: Part 1 by Marc Shur
Regulatory, retail and wayfinding signage redesigned for the Business Improvement District, an initiative to revitalize the commerce of lower Manhattan. Design by Michael Bierut.
Dutch designer Bob Noorda, who, with Massimo Vignelli, designed the official look of New York's subway system, died earlier this month at the age of