• Skandivis PlayType Playtype Poster D

Playtype Poster D

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  • £39.00
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Graphic poster with the letter D from The Danish concept store PlayType is now available at Skandivis. A perfect gift for any lover of typefaces

  • Dimensions: 70cm x 100cm.
  • Printed on Multidesign Original Natural 120g in Pantone Colour  342 U.
  • Typed in Noir Text Light.
  • Supplied in a tube
  • Please note that the frame is not included. Frames in this size are available from Nielsen frames.
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