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P22 Daddy-O™

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Based on the lettering and graphic design of the Beat Generation era, Daddy-O was produced in conjunction with the Whitney Museum of American Art to coincide with the exhibition Beat Culture and the New America: 1950-1965. These way gone fonts and extras both capture and affectionately satirize the graphic design of the era. Package now features poet Rod McKuen in an updated version of the Beatsville album cover from 1959.

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P22 Daddy-O Crazy

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P22 Daddy-O Square

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P22 Daddy-O Hip

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P22 Daddy-O Junkie

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P22 Daddy-O Beatsville

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P22 Daddy-O Blackface

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P22 Daddy-O Fatface

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P22 Daddy-O Gaunt

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