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No Flash Photography • Pin

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No Flash Photography • Pin

10.00

1" x 1" 
Soft Enamel Pin
Single Posted
Rubber Clasp

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) approached Dresser Johnson in 2002 to design a small set of international symbols that would enliven Yoshio Taniguchi's linear design for the 2004 expansion. Since the launch of the newly renovated MoMA in 2004, Dresser Johnson has added over 120 symbols to the set, which can be seen throughout the museum's galleries, printed materials, advertising, website and digital applications. Pin Museum worked with Dresser Johnson to bring their recognizable “No Flash Photography” pictogram from the MoMA project to pin form!

A Collaboration with Dresser Johnson. Learn more about the project HERE.

Upgrade to Deluxe Locking Pin Clutches HERE.

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1" x 1" 
Soft Enamel Pin
Single Posted
Rubber Clasp

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) approached Dresser Johnson in 2002 to design a small set of international symbols that would enliven Yoshio Taniguchi's linear design for the 2004 expansion. Since the launch of the newly renovated MoMA in 2004, Dresser Johnson has added over 120 symbols to the set, which can be seen throughout the museum's galleries, printed materials, advertising, website and digital applications. Pin Museum worked with Dresser Johnson to bring their recognizable “No Flash Photography” pictogram from the MoMA project to pin form!

A Collaboration with Dresser Johnson. Learn more about the project HERE.

Upgrade to Deluxe Locking Pin Clutches HERE.