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Tomorrowland signs at Disneyland Park and Magic Kingdom

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Jan 2nd, 2014.
    Disneyland Park, CA
    Source: http://www.flickr.com Photo by Michael Swiderski, 2008. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Disneyland Park, CA

    Disneyland Park, CA
    Photo by Stephen Coles, 2011. License: CC BY-NC.

    Disneyland Park, CA

    Disneyland Park, CA
    Photo by Stephen Coles, 2011. License: CC BY-NC.

    Disneyland Park, CA

    Magic Kingdom, FL
    Source: http://www.flickr.com Photo by Larry White, Jr., 2009. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Magic Kingdom, FL

    Magic Kingdom, FL
    Source: http://www.flickr.com Photo by Justin Callaghan, 2001. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Magic Kingdom, FL

    Tomorrowland signs at Disneyland Park and Magic Kingdom 6
    Source: http://www.flickr.com Photo by xnavynuke, 2009. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Magic Kingdom, FL
    Source: http://www.flickr.com Photo by Christian Lambert, 2010. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Magic Kingdom, FL

    Magic Kingdom, FL
    Source: http://www.flickr.com Photo by Mike Solava, 2010. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Magic Kingdom, FL

    ITC Anna for the bathroom signs. The font’s ‘M’ and ‘U’ are rotated for ‘W’ and ‘N’ to keep the look more rounded than sharp and pointy.
    Source: http://www.flickr.com Photo by cyndiella, 2013. License: All Rights Reserved.

    ITC Anna for the bathroom signs. The font’s ‘M’ and ‘U’ are rotated for ‘W’ and ‘N’ to keep the look more rounded than sharp and pointy.

    Magic Kingdom, FL
    Source: http://www.flickr.com Photo by Joe Penniston, 2008. License: CC BY-NC-ND.

    Magic Kingdom, FL

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    1 Comment on “Tomorrowland signs at Disneyland Park and Magic Kingdom”

    1. Read more about the Tomorrowland design in this tribute to senior Imagineer Tony Baxter.

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