Allograph JNL

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What is the Allograph JNL font?

According to the dictionary, the way a letter is formed or shaped within a writing system is an allograph… and Allograph JNL from Jeff Levine takes on unusual shapes.
Using characters from Jeff’s Printing Set JNL font, they were printed out white-on-black, and the paper was torn into abstract pieces and then scanned in order to create this edgy looking font.

Allograph JNL Font families

The Allograph JNL includes the following font families:

  • Allograph JNL

Allograph JNL Preview

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