What is the Industrial Arts JNL font?
In 1935, Morris Fuller Benton designed Phenix American for American Type Founders.
For 2017, the classic Art Deco design has been reinterpreted in an all-caps display version with an ever-so-slight “hand made” feel.
Industrial Arts JNL is available in both regular and oblique versions.
Industrial Arts JNL Font families
The Industrial Arts JNL includes the following font families:
- Industrial Arts JNL
- Industrial Arts Oblique JNL
Industrial Arts JNL Preview
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