Victor Moscoso font family


Designed by Keith Bates in 2008

About Victor Moscoso font family

The Victor Moscoso font is based on the 1960s psychedelic poster lettering of the artist Victor Moscoso. The letterforms are derived from some of his most celebrated Neon Rose posters of the late sixties, in particular the archetypical Moby Grape ‘Neptune’s Notion’ of 1967.
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Font Designer: Keith Bates

Victor Moscoso

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Victor Moscoso

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

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21 languages.

Victor Moscoso Regular -  2 variants
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