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Mobley delivers your message in a bold, yet friendly, and subtly discerning fashion. Perfect for music artwork, packaging and book covers. Available with both sans and serif versions, in regular and condensed widths.
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Foundry: Sudtipos
Based on ten characters found on the cover of a 1960s Blue Note jazz album. The source characters were originally designed for film-based typesetting by Wayne Stettler as part of a single typeface published by Visual Graphics Corporation (VGC) under the name Neil Bold. Mobley Sans, along with its condensed and serifed counterparts, constitute a brand new typographic whole molded around the original inspirational source. The family embodies the independent creative spirit of that era - yet manages to remain contemporary with several modern design traits - creating its own unique visual theme through the use of odd counters, generous curves and sharp corners. Mobley delivers your message in a bold, yet friendly, and subtly discerning fashion. Perfect for music artwork, packaging and book covers. Available with both sans and serif versions, in regular and condensed widths.
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