ITC Jiggery Pokery™ font family


Designed by  Carol Kemp in 1998

About ITC Jiggery Pokery™ font family

ITC Jiggery Pokery is the work of British freelance designer Carol Kemp. ITC Jiggery Pokery evolved from lettering for a project which needed to be quirky, wacky and fun," says Kemp. "The name came to me as the letters appear to jig along - it just seemed to fit. 'Jiggery Pokery' is London Cockney slang which has a variety of meanings. It's used to describe behavior such as 'ducking and diving', trickery, juggling (especially of financial matters!), or 'hanky panky'. My grandparents were Cockneys, and my uncle would use colourful rhyming slang which I loved to hear as a child."
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Font Designer: Carol Kemp

ITC Jiggery Pokery

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ITC Jiggery Pokery

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ITC Jiggery Pokery™ Regular

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