What is the Whatzis JNL font?
Whatzis JNL is a collection of over 85 decorative question marks gathered from the Jeff Levine font collection and assembled into one convenient file for use in specialty projects where ad copy is based on questions or curiosity. No need to search through dozens of fonts for your background images, as they’re all here.
Ads such as “Have a question about your insurance?,” “What’s New at Harper, Jones and Harper?” or “Ask Us! – We are the Experts!”… or signs saying “May We Help You?” benefit from some well placed display question marks – especially when printed in contrasting colors or screened-back in halftones.
Whatzis JNL Font families
The Whatzis JNL includes the following font families:
Whatzis JNL Preview
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