Kanona JNL

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What is the Kanona JNL font?

Kanona JNL is modeled from one of the numerous alphabets created by the late Alf R. Becker for Signs of the Times magazine from the 1930s through the 1950s.
Thanks to a wealth of source material provided by Tod Swormstedt of ST Media (and who is also the curator of the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio), Jeff Levine has been redrawing many of these alphabets and presenting them in digital form.
The original variations in letter widths from Becker’s hand-painted alphabet have been left intact.

Kanona JNL Font families

The Kanona JNL includes the following font families:

  • Kanona JNL
  • Kanona Oblique JNL

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