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Sixties Stencil JNL

by Jeff Levine

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Probably one of the most unusual applications of a stencil took place in 1964 when Union Carbide [then-owner of the still-new line of “Glad” brand plastic wrap and storage bags] sponsored a $100,000 contest to match up a stencil of their logo in order to win a prize.

The magazine ad told of how one thousand lucky participants would win $100 by simply taking a die-cut stencil of the brand name to the store and overlaying it on the logo printed on the food wrap box to see if it aligned perfectly. More…

The hand-lettered title proclaiming “match the stencil and win” was done in a casual sans design and reflected the cheerfulness of many typestyles found in ads during the late 50s and early 60s.

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available in all of the styles in this family:
Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro



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Sixties Stencil JNL

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$25.00

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available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF   Windows TrueType  

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