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Burlesk Queen JNL Font

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Burlesk Queen JNLDesigner: Jeff Levine
Publisher: Jeff Levine
Burlesk Queen JNL was developed by Jeff Levine and published by Jeff Levine. Burlesk Queen JNL consists of 2 designs and household plan choices. p > Burlesk Queen JNL was influenced by the hand lettered title "Gypsy" on the sheet music for 'Everything's Turning Up Roses' from the motion picture musical based upon the autobiography of well known stripper Gypsy Rose Lee.

With simply four fundamental letters to work with [G, Y, P and S], a full character set was drawn from scratch. The style includes bold spur serif characters on specific 'marquees' surrounded with lights.

Burlesk Queen One JNL is the original variation with white characters on black panels, while Burlesk Queen Two JNL has actually those panels removed away to supply black letters on a white background.

Font Family:
· Burlesk Queen JNL One Regular
· Burlesk Queen JNL Two Regular

Tags: 1940s, bold, broadway, decorative, display, headline, marquee, movies, nostalgic, novelty, retro, serif, spur serif, stage play, theater, vintage

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