Pacific Island JNL

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What is the Pacific Island JNL font?

Lettering on the sheet music cover for the title song from the 1957 Marlon Brando movie “Sayonara” was the model for Pacific Island JNL.
The design has an Asiatic influence, but also reflects a bit of show card lettering as well. Available in both regular and oblique versions.

Pacific Island JNL Font families

The Pacific Island JNL includes the following font families:

  • Pacific Island JNL
  • Pacific Island Oblique JNL

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Is Pacific Island JNL Free to Download?

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