Late in the seventies, Leslie Cabarga collected dynamic samples of writing from walls across New York City. He searched for common trends in style to unite the otherwise conflicting energy of the various graffiti.
Set aside, the designs lay unseen for ten years until Macintosh provided the tool Cabarga wanted.
He worked up this fascinating material into a single coherent typeface, Graffiti, designed for Font Bureau.
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