Informative posters for type enthusiasts and letterpress type shops. This poster is about the Century Expanded typeface, first designed by Boyd and his son, Morris Fuller, before it was released by ATF for its general use. It is widely used in New York Daily News. The typeface was first letterpress printed, scanned then drawn digitally to create stencils for silkscreen printing. This font can be found at the type shop, located at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana.
Title: Century Expanded  |   Creative Direction: David Wolske
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