What is the Newsreel Caps JNL font?
Newsreel Caps JNL is a novelty caps-only outline letter with cast shadow set inside film frames. Although the design idea itself is not new, this version is based on lettering from a vintage piece of sheet music for a song featured in the movie “Fox Movietone Follies”.
The font is a wink and nod to Fox’s long-running newsreel series called “Fox Movietone News”. The upper case keys have black letters on a white frame, while the lower case keys have white letters on a black frame.
A blank white frame is on the period key; a blank black frame is on the comma key. More…
Use this font for individual initials, set the characters loose for effect or set them tight (as provided) for a continuous film strip.
Newsreel Caps JNL Font families
The Newsreel Caps JNL includes the following font families:
Newsreel Caps JNL Preview
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Is Newsreel Caps JNL Free to Download?
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