ITC CuppaJoe font family
Designed by Nick Curtis in 2001
Curtis's inspiration for ITC CuppaJoe comes from Art Deco lettering, but not from the typical sources. Depending upon your age or your interest in early twentieth-century package design ITC CuppaJoe might look familiar. Its foundation is the label art for Bokar, A&P's premium coffee during the 1930s. Curtis built on the gently sweeping curves and bold angular strokes of the original coffee-can lettering to create a distinctive typeface that commands attention. Rich, full-bodied, satisfying - now that's a ITC CuppaJoe!
ITC CuppaJoe Regular
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the font: W1G (98 languages),
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Std / OT CFF
supports at least
Windows menu name: Cuppa Joe ITC Std
PostScript name: CuppaJoeITCStd
PostScript full name: CuppaJoeITCStd
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