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  • MsKristenH

    Nothing beats a good style guide. And the MTA nailed it in the late 60s with an identity that’s recognizable to people the world over. Clarity, consistency, elegant forms—these are more than effective communication; these are works of art. – Trevor MacDermid, Designer, Underground Signs

  • Kelli Inman

    Subway signs! --to hang in your place, Fab

  • Elizabeth Dryden

    Bring the streets of New York inside with Downtown & Brooklyn. Why would we bring you subway signs? Well, for any designer/enthusiast—with a real appreciation for typography—these original subway signs have significant value. Found all throughout NYC, your typical MTA sign is easy to take for granted, but in a more subjective way, these signs are some of the best examples of Helvetica in it's purest, most refined form. The Downtown and Brooklyn sign is for all design aficionados who simply ackno

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