What is the Eckhardt Informal JNL font?
Eckhardt Informal JNL was found in a Dan Solo alphabets book under the name “Circus Wagon”. This hand-lettered design with a playful inline is reminiscent of the show cards of the 1940s and 1950s.
The Eckhardt series of typefaces is named in honor of the late Al Eckhardt, Jr. – a good friend of type designer Jeff Levine whose talents in hand-crafting attractive lettering was appreciated by many.
His work, like the others before him is fast become a lost art in today’s technology-driven world. More…
Eckhardt Informal JNL is available in it’s regular (inline) version and also as a solid version.
Eckhardt Informal JNL Font families
The Eckhardt Informal JNL includes the following font families:
- Eckhardt Informal JNL
- Eckhardt Informal Solid JNL
Eckhardt Informal JNL Preview
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