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Meet the guys turning old graphic design manuals into Kickstarter blockbusters

from Vanity Fair

In 1970, the visionary "information architect" Massimo Vignelli and his design firm partner Bob Noorda created a manual that redesigned every visual element of the New York City subway system. It was a practical solution to a serious problem: by the late 1960s, the subway had become so unsafe and disorientating that stations had become breeding grounds for crime, and ridership had plummeted. Vignelli and Noorda's manual organized the chaos of New York City’s underground by designing the visual identity for every single sign, instruction, and logo on every train and at every station. more

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