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1968 GLC Graffiti Font

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1968 GLC GraffitiPublisher: GLC
1968 GLC Graffiti was released by GLC. 1968 GLC Graffiti consists of 1 style. p > This font style was inspired by the paint brushed letters in use in the 60 - 70s for demonstration slogans tagged on the cities walls. In those days, we didn't commonly utilize aerosols like today, so we used paint brushes, with paint or tar cans, drew the letters, and ran away quickly!

Capitals and lower case have the exact same size, and a great deal of alternates characters or ligatures enables the user to differ each letter (until tree alternates for single letters) in each word of a text. Also, the words might be quickly highlighted or intersected by a couple of spots appearing like paint spots, substituted to the following standards characters: [higher], [less], [dagger], [backslash], [bullet], and [underscore]

Font Family: 1968 GLC Graffiti Bold

Tags: brush, brush-drawn, decorative, graffiti, grunge, handwriting, headline, informal, ink, legible, manual, paint, poster, protest, protesting, punk, rough, script, tag, urban

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