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Dallas Museum of Art website

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Jan 31st, 2014. Artwork published in .
    Dallas Museum of Art website 1
    Source: http://www.dma.org Dallas Museum of Art. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Dallas Museum of Art website 2
    Source: http://www.dma.org Dallas Museum of Art. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Dallas Museum of Art website 3
    Source: http://www.dma.org Dallas Museum of Art. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Dallas Museum of Art website 4
    Source: http://www.dma.org Dallas Museum of Art. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Dallas Museum of Art website 5
    Source: http://www.dma.org Dallas Museum of Art. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Dallas Museum of Art website 6
    Source: http://www.dma.org Dallas Museum of Art. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.dma.org Dallas Museum of Art. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    1 Comment on “Dallas Museum of Art website”

    1. Lexi says:
      Apr 8th, 2014  3:11 pm

      I went to the DMA and that’s where I first saw Fedra Sans. I found myself staring at the block of text instead of the art due to how beautiful it was. The dot on the felt like a nod to the London underground, and the descender lowercase ‘f’ further alluded to calligraphic roots. It has a lot of elegance and truly beautiful to look at it. I took a picture and looked it up on whatthefont immediatly when I got home.

      It was more in the modern/circulating galleries. The older/permanant galleries used a serif typeface, but I guess it’s understandable.

       

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