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Modern Vampires of the City – Vampire Weekend

Contributed by Stephen Coles  on Mar 19th, 2013. Artwork published in .
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Source: http://vampireweekend.com. License: All Rights Reserved.

Cover of the May 6, 2013 Vampire Weekend release. The two typefaces are also used in the lyrics video for Step.

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4 Comments on “Modern Vampires of the City – Vampire Weekend”

  1. alexander says:
    Nov 18th, 2015  11:59 pm
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    What kind of Futura is that? The w and the v seem to be broader than Futura Condensed Bold, and the original futura has the tapered lower sides..

  2. Nov 19th, 2015  12:15 am
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    This is simply Futura Bold, one of the many foundry versions available: either Linotype, URW, or Neufville.

  3. Emma Gage says:
    Mar 31st, 2016  2:56 am
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    I was just wondering if i could print one of these prints as a poster?

  4. Apr 1st, 2016  11:18 pm
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    Hi Emma, it depends on the purpose, I guess. Anyway, you’d need to direct that question to Vampire Weekend.

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