What is the Clip Joint JNL font?
According to Wikipedia, a “clip joint” is an establishment, usually a strip club or night club (often claiming to offer adult entertainment or bottle service) in which customers are tricked into paying excessive amounts of money, for surprisingly low-grade goods or services – or sometimes, nothing – in return. These establishments were rampant during the prohibition years.
However, the inspiration for Clip Joint JNL comes from a more positive source – a WPA (Works Progress Administration) poster advertising “The Lure of the National Parks”. More…
A bold, classic Art Deco design, it typifies the modern and streamlined approach to lettering in the 1930s and 1940s.
Clip Joint JNL Font families
The Clip Joint JNL includes the following font families:
- Clip Joint JNL
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