Manhattan Types

Scott Lawin’s photo of that Lionel Richie flyer reminded photographer Ellinor Stigle of shots that she collects while scouting for locations. “I’m a sucker for typography in the street,” she says. “It dawned on me that I probably have a lot of them from Tribeca.” The breadth of fonts (and the moods they evoke) is fascinating, even though some of them have been around for decades, and possibly longer.

Previous photo essays by Ellinor Stigle
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