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Caffe Capri sign font

Patrick Griffin

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Kevin Thompson

This is the now closed place in Brooklyn, yes? Then the sign dates from 1971, so I suspect it is based on a sign painter style called single stroke casual brush, or “speed stroke,” and not typeset.

Not finding a match among digital revivals of the style.

For similar, check out House Industries Sign Painter family, Pat Snyder’s Snyder Speed, and Calgary Script by Sudtipos.


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