Appropiate type for Turistical New York City poster

Typoblivion's picture

Hi, everyone I´m new to this site
I have begun working on a proyect to promote tourism to certain parts of the world : London, Paris, and New York.
To this point I´m happy with the typographical approach we achieved with Paris and London, but I´m not happy with New York.

Can anyone help suggesting typography that would relate to New York city life?

Thanks

oldnick's picture

Gotham, Manhattan and Broadway come immediately to mind. Or, perhaps, this...

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/nicksfonts/big-apple-nf/

Aileron's picture

Historically Art Deco. Truth is the city is still made up very much of Art Deco Buildings. I would look at a contemporary twist on an art deco style.

Typoblivion's picture

Yes, these options are more interesting and appropiate. Thanks for suggesting!

JamesM's picture

And there's Milton Glaser's famous logo, looking dated but still used on NY souvenirs.

HVB's picture

Graffiti, Taxicab-style rate charts, Subway information (external and on-board), Mets, Yankees, and Giants lettering, there's even a font named "Central Park" (but it's a Brendel clone of something else).

rs_donsata's picture

Wide modular squarish industrial sans, all caps.

Ken W's picture

a few years ago wolff olins, a design firm, rebranded the unbrandable city - new york. you might want to check it out, its quite fascinating.

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