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I visited the MCA the other day and was perplexed by the type they were using on the walls for their gallery descriptions. It looked distinct enough that I felt I should recognize it, but was unable to come up with a name. I have also been unable to find it in my rather limited collection.
I wasn't able to snap an example, but I'm hoping maybe someone out there is familiar enough with the museum to know.