Vintage repetition and randomness
Create a promotional typographic poster for your favorite city
Using repetition and variation
Applying sequential styles
“Johnston Sans: The Tube typeface that changed everything” bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-35916807
Ask any designer to reference London, and they’ll reach immediately for their Gill Sans typeface. That’s not just because it’s possibly the most famous humanist sans serif in the world, but because it looks just like the typeface we see everywhere on the London Underground, even though it isn’t.
The corporate typeface of London’s Underground is Edward Johnston’s ...