Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (NBC, 2009–2014) Contributed by Garrison Martin on Feb 7th, 2019. Artwork published in 2009. Source: view.yahoo.com License: All Rights Reserved. Jimmy Fallon was announced as the new host of Late Night in 2008, replacing Conan O’Brien. The logo for the new show was taken to a vote in early January 2009. All 3 choices were supplied by Emily Oberman and Bonnie Siegler’s former company Number Seventeen. Fans of the show (which hadn’t yet aired) spoke and the winner was revealed on January 13, 2009. The logo featuring Font Bureau’s Bureau Grot stuck for the show’s whole run until 2014, when Jimmy Fallon took the reigns of The Tonight Show (featuring Sharp Sans 1). Source: www.blizzplanet.com License: All Rights Reserved. Source: www.playstrong.net License: All Rights Reserved. One of Fallon’s weekly gags on Late Night was called “Thank You Notes.” The sketch was a hit for the show and was made into a book. The first book spawned a sequel. Fallon has carried this over to The Tonight Show. Source: www.alejandroescovedo.com License: All Rights Reserved. This looks to have been supplied by the design staff from the show. Possibly, so that guests could make official call-outs on social media. Source: www.ebay.com License: All Rights Reserved. Source: mandegar.info License: All Rights Reserved. Ew! is another long-running sketch from the show. Source: www.ebay.com License: All Rights Reserved. Source: www.instagram.com License: All Rights Reserved. A window at Rockefeller Center possibly at the NBC store, displays "Thank You Notes" quotations. Quotations set in ITC Avant Garde. Source: www.instagram.com License: All Rights Reserved. Dressing room display. Typefaces Formats Books (4804) Object/Product (827) Branding/Identity (5738) Topics Film/TV (1479) Designers/Agencies Emily Oberman (10) Bonnie Siegler (3) Number Seventeen (2) Tagged withNBC (15)Jimmy Fallon (2)TV show logos (124)all caps (5131)stacked and staggered (279)blue (712)book covers (4216)T-shirts (408)mugs (50)merchandise (151)high profile (563)2000s (87)staircase lines (44) Artwork location United States (7465) New York City (2049) In Sets Designs by Women (Fonts In Use Staff) (2099) 1 Comment on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (NBC, 2009–2014)” Garrison Martin says: Feb 7th, 2019 3:54 pm A sidenote to this—I was legitimately surprised how hard it was to find images from this show! It went off in 2014, it seems there’s barely anything left on the internet (of any good size). Post a comment Name Email – will not be published Website Your response Submit Comment More Bureau Grot in use Jerky Boys on Rolling Stone2014Rolling StoneContributed by Webtype Staff Pick The Painter of Modern Life, Penguin Books Great Ideas Edition2010David PearsonContributed by Tânia Raposo Staff Pick Rewind2015Shiva NallaperumalContributed by Shiva Nallaperumal Staff Pick Sponsor More in Film/TV 2001: A Space Odyssey (1979) Hungarian movie poster1979unknownContributed by Stephen Coles Late Night with Conan O’Brien logo1993unknownContributed by Jayce Wheeled ABC 1981 Fall Preview: Now Is The Time1981Robert Abel & AssociatesContributed by Stephen Coles Drawn Curtains (2018) movie poster2018Lauren N. BaileyContributed by Lauren N. Bailey More in Books Two Villages by Louisa Brannanc. 1911unknownContributed by Eva Silvertant Staff Pick Caladas de Cubac. 2017F33Contributed by César The Inhabited Pathway. The Built Work of Alberto Ponis in Sardiniac. 2014Esther RieserContributed by Josh Finklea Staff Pick Kunst on moos elu saiakäärul: Artishok articles collection 2006–20182019Margus TammContributed by Margus Tamm More Fonts In Use Up-side Down2022Zaynab KriouechContributed by Zaynab Kriouech Staff Pick Europa/America1971Victor VasarelyContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick The Collected Tales of Nikolaï Gogol, Vintage Books1999Barbara de WildePhoto(s) by Steve on Flickr. Staff Pick 20 Years of KPMG2011Ondrej GavaldaCalderContributed by DizajnDesign Staff Pick
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A sidenote to this—I was legitimately surprised how hard it was to find images from this show! It went off in 2014, it seems there’s barely anything left on the internet (of any good size).