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Nobody Home JNL Font

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Nobody Home JNLDesigner: Jeff Levine
Publisher: Jeff Levine
No One Home JNL was developed by Jeff Levine and released by Jeff Levine. No one Home JNL consists of 1 style. p > Nobody Home JNL is unusual in nature as it integrates two classic typestyles into one font style. Both have actually been utilized for house and property identification for decades and still stay popular. Over the years the letters and numbers have actually been made from cast steel, aluminum, brass and plastic.

The alphabet remains in a noticeably strong, unbalanced design, while the numbers practically handle a calligraphic feel.

There is simply a fundamental character set - alphabet, characters and simple punctuation. While the font has been reasonably spaced and kerned, it's best to keep in mind that neither type design was made with digital technology in mind, so it's recommended to change your design by hand for maximum results.

Nobody House JNL is best-suited for reproducing street addresses, apartment numbers on doors, and house owner (or apartment building) names on structures - whether in print style or as plotter-cut vinyl graphics.

Font Family: Nobody Home JNL

Tags: address, casual, house letters, novelty, retro, sign, signage, unusual

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