Badlands JNL

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What is the Badlands JNL font?

A vintage piece of sheet music for “Waitin’ at the Gate for Katy” (from the 1934 movie “Bottoms Up”) provided the hand-lettered, Western-influenced lettering which is now available as Badlands JNL.
Some of the characters originally had overly-thick vertical strokes which stood out from the rest of the letters, so they were “standardized” in order to provide a more aesthetically pleasing overall design.
Available in both regular and oblique versions to fit your design needs.

Badlands JNL Font families

The Badlands JNL includes the following font families:

  • Badlands JNL
  • Badlands Oblique JNL

Badlands JNL Preview

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Is Badlands JNL Free to Download?

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