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Rhythmic Revue JNL Font

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Rhythmic Revue JNLDesigner: Jeff Levine
Publisher: Jeff Levine
Rhythmic Revue JNL was developed by Jeff Levine and released by Jeff Levine. Rhythmic Revue JNL consists of 2 styles and household bundle alternatives. p > The vintage sheet music for 'In between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea' yielded another bit of Art Deco-era lettering ideal for turning into a digital typeface.

This time it wasn't the song title, however rather the name of the show it was from acting as the type motivation - the Cotton Club's 1931 revue 'Rhythm-Mania'.

Harlem's Cotton Club was an 'exclusive, whites just' club; both popular for its skill and shows, yet notorious for employing black acts however not permitting black patronage.

On the sheet music, the program title was hand lettered in a strong, somewhat stylized style which ended up being the basis for Balanced Revue JNL; offered in both routine and oblique versions.

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· Rhythmic Revue JNL
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Tags: 1930s, art deco, bold, decorative, display, headline, nostalgic, retro, sans serif, stylized, vintage

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