What is the Sign Panels JNL font?
Alf R. Becker was a noted sign painter, designer and the creator of hundreds of unique alphabets which were published in the trade magazine Signs of the Times during the 1930s through the 1950s.
Thanks to Tod Swormstedt of ST Media [and who is also the curator of the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati], Jeff Levine received some reference material on Becker’s work. More…
Becker displayed many of his type styles within decorative panels—a popular trend in the days when signs were hand-lettered. Using the reference material as a guide, Jeff has re-drawn twenty-six sign panels for adaptation to digital print work. While the designs in themselves are not thoroughly unique to Alf Becker, he has left behind some tangible examples of how sign painters embellished their lettering work.
With the use of complementary colors and tones, these panels—joined with vintage lettering – classically recreate the warm and attractive advertising of years ago.
Sign Panels JNL Font families
The Sign Panels JNL includes the following font families:
- Sign Panels JNL
Sign Panels JNL Preview
Here is a preview of how Sign Panels JNL will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.