Praha Nouveau font family

Designed by  Matt Frost in 2011
I found this type specimen on the statue of Jan Hus in Prague's Old Town Square. The statue was designed in 1903 by Ladislav Saloun, and its writing is perhaps the cutest little Nouveau fonts I've ever seen. Filling in the blanks, I realized the need for a standard lower case because the caps are so wild. The result is a very type-able and dynamic Nouveau. I encourage you to mix up your upper and lower cases for curious results.

Praha Nouveau Regular

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Praha Nouveau

Technical details
Technical font names:
File name: praha-nouveau.ttf
Windows menu name: PrahaNouveau
PostScript name: PrahaNouveau
PostScript full name: PrahaNouveau
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US$ 30
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