Happy Friday, everyone! and it’s the 4th of July weekend!
For the happy holiday weekend, I’ll bring something from happy place… the Disneyland. yay. I love it there and it’s been more than 6-7 years since the last visit so I really wanted to spend a day there while we were in LA… :) This time, though, I looked at more designs and types and I was actually really amazed how well everything is designed and put together. It must have been so fun to work on the designs at Disneyland…
The entrance: this image here is a bit small to read, but it says “Population 500,000,000” — is that how many people Disneyland can hold? Also says “Elevation 138 feet”
Cute postal box:
aww Churros… Love this design!
I know this font, it fits the restaurant.
Jedi Training Academy (!!) — I thought the logo is pretty cool. and yes, I am a Star Wars fan.
(look at all the jedi-to-be!)
Nice wood sign.
Hand-drawn (I think) sign.
and one of the Disney classics… Pirates of the Caribbean. (The ride had some new additions.)
Love this waiting line information board.
The reflection was kind of crazy, but I thought this poster was cool.
One of many bathroom signs. They were all different in each different area.
and another Disney classic… Haunted Mansion sign. (I also know this font, but the decoration around the sign really makes it)
While waiting in a line, looking at these were fun — simple and designed well.
Another nice sign on wood.
Big Thunder Mountain Rail Road!
The Happiest Turkeys on Earth! Seriously. (read the descriptions) Happy turkeys get very cool sign, too.
These are so well designed and I thought it would make a great letterpress poster… I want to print something like this soon…
A big letter R from Disney’s California Adventure:
San Francisco wall art… (I miss you, SF)
Another great Churros stand design. Color combination is awesome.
Hope you enjoyed my finidings… wishing you all a happy 4th of July weekend!!! See you on Monday :)
2 thoughts on “Found Type: Disneyland”
I loove this place! I got a chance to visit the one in Orlando summer of 2005. It really is the happiest place on earth. :) Back then though I didn’t pay much attention to the types, it was all about the rides for me! haha
yay, you do, too! I actually never been to the Orlando one… someday, someday… :) I bet you had so much fun!!!
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