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Drive by Nicolas Winding Refn (q.v.):

  • (L) Feminine original typography (in the troublesome Mistral, which only Excoffon used well; designer uncredited). Matches all of: Refn’s insistence the picture is “feminine”; muscular, round-edged, delicately-named star Gosling; Driver’s kitteny-soft champagne satin windbreaker. Pink

  • (R) Masculine revised typography by tight-bodied silver fox James White, here in a departure from his dated, mechanistic signature style. Fuchsia

2014 update

Also via James White:

‘Drive’ poster has orange–pink type, Gosling in magenta and blue with orange-stepped mirrorized shades

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