To coincide with the Edward Johnston centenary, London Transport Museum has created a range of products to celebrate his iconic Transport for London font, created in 1913 and used across the network today.
"...the problem before us is fairly simple – To make good letters and to arrange them well" Edward Johnston 1872 - 1944
"This then is the scribe’s direct purpose: the making of useful things legibly beautiful" Edward Johnston 1872 - 1944
"Let the meaning of your work be obvious unless it is designed purely for your own amusement" Edward Johnston 1872 - 1944
A set of 3 sketchbooks in A5 or A6 size, with softbacking, each featuring a different Edward Johnston quote in the iconic Johnston typeface. The back of the notebooks feature the A-Z and numbering used throughout the Transport for London network.
- 150gsm acid-free cartridge paper
- Suitable for writing and drawing
- Handmade in the UK
Interested in finding out more about Edward Johnston? Why not attend some of the London Transport Museum talks on the centenary of the Johnston typeface. To find out more just click here.