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I am a part of Disneyland's 50th anniversary, and a part of the park's history! Check out these images: image 1, image 2. These plaques are underneath two photomosaics in the castle. What's so special is that the yellow font is the Disneyland font that I created (available at the Disney Experience)! I recognize the odd-looking parenthesis. But, most notably are the numbers: they are exactly the same (and I made the number designs up).
So I am now a part of Disneyland history . . . in some small way. I wonder how extensively they'll use the font, both during the 50th celebration and the decades to come.
Interesting, no? Disney using a font from an unofficial Disney site in their official artwork for the 50th?
I PROMISE YOU that Disney has known about him for a long time. He has one of the BEST sites on the net
YEAH! Oh and I just found this post TS mad last night on MC:
Originally posted by Trader Sam
OMG! I think they used the Disneyland font that I made! I recognized the odd-looking parenthesis (one dips way down, the other goes way up). I KNOW they did! The numbers are the same exact design (and I made those up). How freakin' cool is that!!!!?
I'M A PART OF DISNEYLAND'S HISTORY!
I wonder how much they'll use it throughout the park and the years to come.