What is the Hagemann JNL font?
One of the most enduring type styles of the Art Deco era is Huxley Vertical. Its clean lines and stylish appeal have transcended changing times and tastes. Many typefaces have been inspired by the original, including the model used to create this font.
The design was found in the book “Lettering and Alphabets”, first published in 1946 by J. Albert Cavanagh. By re-drawing it from scratch, the missing numerals, punctuation, special characters and accents were added. More…
Hagemann JNL and its oblique version are named in honor of one of Jeff Levine’s friends within the type design community — Michael Hagemann of Font Mesa.
Hagemann JNL Font families
The Hagemann JNL includes the following font families:
- Hagemann JNL
- Hagemann Oblique JNL
Hagemann JNL Preview
Here is a preview of how Hagemann JNL will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.