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Queens Theatre

Contributed by Shiva Nallaperumal on Nov 21st, 2014. Artwork published in .
    Queens Theatre 1
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    Paula Scher’s new dynamic identity for the Queens Theatre is exquisitely modern. It uses Klim’s Founders Grotesk as the primary family and a subtly modified version of Optimo’s Theinhardt for secondary text.

    The subtle modification of the ‘T’ in Theatre to match the ‘Q’ in Queens is a brilliant touch at bringing the identity to perfection.

    Queens Theatre 2
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    Queens Theatre 3
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    Queens Theatre 4
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    Queens Theatre 5
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    Queens Theatre 6
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    Queens Theatre 7
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    Queens Theatre 8
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    Queens Theatre 9
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