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Spondulix NF font

By Nick Curtis on Aug 16, 2018
I came across a poster for an exhibition of the works of 1920s stage designer Erte which featured a costume illustration and four very bizarre letters. I expanded those four letters to a complete alphabet (plus the usual freeware abbreviated character set), and added an extruded shadow to boot. The result is a typeface equally suited to the 2020s, but best used in small doses. The name is 1940s hepcat slang for money, which, then as now, sometimes proves to be elusive.
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<style type="text/css">
@font-face{
    font-family:"spondulix-nf-regular";
    src:url("https://dafonttop.com/wp-data/s/358/1358/file/spondulixnf.regular.ttf") format("woff"),
    url("https://dafonttop.com/wp-data/s/358/1358/file/spondulixnf.regular.ttf") format("opentype"),
    url("https://dafonttop.com/wp-data/s/358/1358/file/spondulixnf.regular.ttf") format("truetype");
}
span.font0{font-family:"spondulix-nf-regular";font-size:px;text-transform:;}
</style>
Spondulix NF Regular
<style type="text/css">
@font-face{
    font-family:"spondulix-nf-regular";
    src:url("https://dafonttop.com/wp-data/s/358/1358/file/spondulixnf.regular.otf") format("woff"),
    url("https://dafonttop.com/wp-data/s/358/1358/file/spondulixnf.regular.otf") format("opentype"),
    url("https://dafonttop.com/wp-data/s/358/1358/file/spondulixnf.regular.otf") format("truetype");
}
span.font1{font-family:"spondulix-nf-regular";font-size:px;text-transform:;}
</style>
Spondulix NF Regular

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