Sorry for the lack of posts this past week, I was under the weather.
Swiss Dots, the producers of the Helvetica documentary, have create this new limited-edition screenprint for the film. The print is inspired by a 1960’s design that has been seen on D. Stempel AG brochures, type specimens and posters — which has been making an appearance on the TV show, Mad Men.
The poster is hand screenprinted on archival 300gsm paper, A2 size (16 1/2? x 23 1/2?) in a numbered edition of 100 copies, each signed by director Gary Hustwit. You can order one here for $150.
9 thoughts on “Limited Edition Helvetica Poster”
Great poster, great font 😉
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Oh no! Not another expensive Helvetica poster.
How long are they going to milk this old documentary?
Vintage poster design boils down to… large title (in Helvetica of course), solid background color and a small font placed somewhere. It’s repetitive, but minimalistic design is always nice.
Like it … but I don’t know why it should cost $150
It definitely is a little overpriced.
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