What is the Lasting Impression JNL font?
Lasting Impression JNL was rendered from scans of a 1930s rubber stamp printing set. At small sizes it has the look of hand-stamped lettering. At larger sizes, the user will see jagged and angular lines giving the font a kind of retro-grunge look. This typeface was the model for the more cleanly-drawn Casual Friday JNL, also by Jeff Levine.
There is a limited character set, and both the spacing and kerning have been intentionally omitted so that the results will more closely resemble the uneven letter spacing of rubber stamps on paper.
Lasting Impression JNL Font families
The Lasting Impression JNL includes the following font families:
- Lasting Impression JNL
Lasting Impression JNL Preview
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