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Sixties Pin Buttons JNL Font

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Sixties Pin Buttons JNLDesigner: Jeff Levine
Publisher: Jeff Levine Fonts
Designed by Jeff Levine, Sixties Pin Buttons JNL is a dingbat font published by Jeff Levine Fonts.

During the turbulent era of the 1960s, the youth of America found various ways to protest against “The Establishment”.

Whether it was campus unrest, protest songs, sit-ins or other methods, the message was the counter-culture movement.

Arising from this disenchantment with traditional social standards, a small but effective means of protest arose that made no sound, yet spoke volumes… the pin button.

Statements against the war in Vietnam, free love, drug use and other messages popped up on little metal discs pinned to tee shirts, suspenders, head band and hats.

Sixties Pin Buttons JNL recreates twenty-six of these messages in both white on black (upper case keys) and black on white (lower case keys).  Blank buttons in both white and black are found on the parenthesis keys.

Font Family: Sixties Pin Buttons JNL Regular

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