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Much graphic design work is originated well before all the applications for it are known, especially
reproductions on a large scale, e.g. shopfronts.  The representation of typefaces,
and other graphic elements, are accurate typeset reproductions.  They are then
made into a pattern as described previously, and painted in the normal way





 


   


               
  





























































































































This sans-serif face was originally designed by Edward Johnston
for use on the London Underground


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