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Tropicano JNL Font

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Tropicano JNLDesigner: Jeff Levine
Publisher: Jeff Levine
Tropicano JNL was designed by Jeff Levine and published by Jeff Levine. Tropicano JNL contains 1 style. p > Before 1959, in pre-Castro Havana, Cuba, the preeminent nightclub was the Tropicana.

During the program of Fulgencio Batista, Cuba was resplendent with clubs and betting casinos accommodating [primarily] the North American tourists; which brought it the title of the Monte Carlo of the Americas.

Although Cuba (and the world as a whole) has changed greatly over the years, the hand-lettered logo design of the Tropicana Night Club has actually survived, and has actually been recreated as a complete digital typeface called Tropicano JNL (a slight twist to the club's name).

At initially the typeface appears to be uncomfortable, unrefined and amateurish, however in taking a review, there's a playful beauty to it. Additionally, this font style can double as a 'creepy' font for the Halloween season, beast parties and in other comparable styles.

Font Family: Tropicano JNL

Tags: decorative, display, festive, halloween, headline, novelty, party, retro, spooky, wavy

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