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This the first ever digitalization of this psychedelic/art nouveau typeface, that was called "Dreamline" and appeared in 60's-70's Mecanorma catalogs, the creator is unknown, also the year of release is unknown, it seems to be inspired by Alfred Roller's late 1890's-early 1900's lettering.

"Dreamline" was used extensively in records in the late 60's and early 70's, especially the ones that were made in Europe, i think that it was used as a response to the Wes Wilson lettering.

In the new update, i added the original numerals and the original "Q".

P.S. If you want to use it for a logo or something commercial, you don't need to ask me, i do not charge nothing, you're free to use it.

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Description

Digitalization of a psychedelic/art nouveau typeface used extensively in 60's and 70's

Copyright

Flames © OutsideInside Fonts. 2017. All Rights Reserved

License

Freeware, non-commercial

Designer

Humberto Gillan

Version

Version 1.00;November 7, 2017;FontCreator 11.0.0.2408 32-bit

Trademark

OutsideInside Fonts

Vendor

Humberto Gillan