What is the Mobley font?
Based on ten characters found on the cover of a 1960s Blue Note jazz album.
The source characters were originally designed for film-based typesetting by Wayne Stettler as part of a single typeface published by Visual Graphics Corporation (VGC) under the name Neil Bold. More…
Mobley Sans, along with its condensed and serifed counterparts, constitute a brand new typographic whole molded around the original inspirational source. The family embodies the independent creative spirit of that era – yet manages to remain contemporary with several modern design traits – creating its own unique visual theme through the use of odd counters, generous curves and sharp corners.
Mobley delivers your message in a bold, yet friendly, and subtly discerning fashion. Perfect for music artwork, packaging and book covers.
Available with both sans and serif versions, in regular and condensed widths.
Mobley Font families
The Mobley includes the following font families:
- Mobley Sans
- Mobley Sans Condensed
- Mobley Serif
- Mobley Serif Condensed
Here is a preview of how Mobley will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.