Good design is both useful and memorable. And that’s just what Massimo Vignelli and Bob Noorda achieved when they redid the New York City subway system signage in 1967. Though not exactly the same as it is today, this poster is an homage to the duo’s work. Officially licensed by the MTA, the print will feature 11 Pantone spot colors to accurately depict each of the 468 stations scattered throughout the city. Two different sizes of the poster are available for backing now on Kickstarter, and each makes for a nice piece of wall art to come home to after you deal with the horrors of the C train.
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