Nouveau Hippie JNL

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What is the Nouveau Hippie JNL font?

The cover of the 1907 sheet music for “I’d Rather Twostep Than Waltz, Bill” was hand lettered in an Art Nouveau sans serif alphabet.
During the hippie counter-culture movement of the 1960s, rock posters, album covers and other printed ephemera of the time embraced the styles of lettering and art made popular during the early 1900s.
It seemed only fitting to name this type design Nouveau Hippie JNL as an homage to both eras. The font is available in both regular and oblique versions.

Nouveau Hippie JNL Font families

The Nouveau Hippie JNL includes the following font families:

  • Nouveau Hippie JNL
  • Nouveau Hippie Oblique JNL

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