Jugenstil Kunsthand font family

Designed by  David Nalle in 1999
Jugendstil Kunsthand is based on a sample of late 19th century lettering in a style often associated with artists of the Jugendstil Art Nouveau movement in Germany. The characters are done in heavy outline with a rough-hand drawn look. The style is interesting because it shows the influence of the Arts and Crafts movement on Art Nouveau with many of the characters featuring alternate versions that nest together in a manner typical of Arts & Crafts lettering.

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Jugenstil Kunsthand

Technical details
Technical font names:
Windows menu name: Jugenstil Kunsthand, Jugenstil Kunsthand Black
PostScript name: JugenstilKunsthand, JugenstilKunsthandBlack
PostScript full name: Jugenstil Kunsthand, Jugenstil Kunsthand Black
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