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Jazz Gothic Font

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Jazz GothicPublisher: Canada Type
Jazz Gothic is a retro font published by Canada Type.

Jazz Gothic is a digitization and expansion of an early 1970s film type from Franklin Photolettering called Pinto Flare.

This type became an instantaneous entitling timeless with jazz and soul album designers; then it captured on extremely with film and tv designers. Blue Note and Motown would not have actually been the same without this face.

Jazz Gothic is a basic geometric concept, rather likely initially influenced by the heavier screen weights of Futura. The resulting product is a flexible message-driver that stands quite strong and values the spotlight, yet shows a lively and creative side within its curved thick swashes and defiant unicase forms.

In the hands of an excellent designer, Jazz Gothic eliminates any doubt about the shipment of the message or the appealing purposeful way it is provided. It is the kind of typeface that likes a style program's bells and whistles.

Knock it out of dark or light backgrounds, shade it, mask-alize it, roughen it, stretch it, squeeze it, and the message will still stand larger than life. Jazz Gothic is available in two typefaces, a main one with a full character set to accommodate most of Latin-based languages, and a second one which contains about 50 alternates and swashed forms.

The OpenType variation is a single font style that has all the alternates and swashes at the disposal of the buttons of OT-savvy program palettes.



.Font Family: Jazz Gothic Regular

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