What is the Yum Yum NF font?
The Cleveland Type Foundry strikes again, with this delightful little number from their 1893 specimen book, originally named “Mikado”.
This version takes its name from one of the characters in the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta of the same name, and the name aptly describes the tasty nature of this frolicking face.
Both versions of this font include the complete Latin 1252 and CE 1250 character sets, with localization for Romanian and Moldovan.
Yum Yum NF Font families
The Yum Yum NF includes the following font families:
- Yum Yum NF
Yum Yum NF Preview
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