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MTA Public Notice: “If you see something, say something.”

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Oct 28th, 2013. Artwork published in .
Source: Photo by Nick Sherman. License: CC BY-NC-SA.

An unexpected use of Paul Renner’s less known sans-serif, Plak, for official placards in the NYC subway.

2 Comments on “MTA Public Notice: “If you see something, say something.””

  1. Cant say says:
    Dec 3rd, 2013  8:17 pm

    It’s helvetica bold, the kerning is just slightly sqished and the letter height was stretched slightly.

  2. Dec 3rd, 2013  10:40 pm

    Naw, have another look at Plak Black Condensed. Maybe we should have a separate Plak entry for that style since it’s so different from Plak Black. We do have Extra Condensed. I’ll use that typeface tag for this one.

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