Limited Edition Helvetica Poster


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.

6 Comments on "Limited Edition Helvetica Poster"

  • oliver says

    Great poster, great font 😉

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  • Rob says

    Oh no! Not another expensive Helvetica poster.

  • B says

    How long are they going to milk this old documentary?

  • William says

    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.

  • Sumit says

    Like it … but I don’t know why it should cost $150

  • It definitely is a little overpriced.