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John B. Wundes

Type Designer from California.

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10 font families by John B. Wundes

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Caard™

by Wundes
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2 fonts from $15.00
Caard™ Caard™

Neona™

by Wundes
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4 fonts from $15.00
Neona™ Neona™

Neona is a font in the spirit of the standard ‘no frills’ sans-serif 4-inch-high neon sign text used in cheap bars, coffee shops, bakeries and tattoo parlors around the world.

Fairybook™

by Wundes
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1 font from $16.00
Fairybook™ Fairybook™

Road Stencil

by Wundes
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2 fonts from $15.00
Road Stencil Road Stencil

Ossuary

by Wundes
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1 font from $13.00
Ossuary Ossuary

Broadveau™

by Wundes
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1 font from $18.00
Broadveau™ Broadveau™

Boilerplate

by Wundes
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1 font from $18.00
Boilerplate Boilerplate

Henry8™

by Wundes
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1 font from $12.50
Henry8™ Henry8™

Henry8 is a historical caps font originally penned in the 16th century.

I have extended it to include numbers and a few symbols.

Sprouts™

by Wundes
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1 font from $18.00
Sprouts™ Sprouts™

Sprouts is probably best described as "Bonsai-Nouveau".

It’s designed to look 100% organic up close, while maintaining good readability even at a distance. The looped letters terminate in playful swirls perfect for use on the cover of a menu or cookbook, yet would be equally at home in corporate logo art or as initials.

Museum Initials™

by Wundes
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1 font from $12.00
Museum Initials™ Museum Initials™

Museum is the Wundes foundry’s first font revival. These letter forms are scanned from the engravings of Freeman Delamotte who in 1879 published a spectacular set of ancient and mediaeval ornamental alphabets. The original forms for this font were created in 1490, a few years before Columbus discovered America.

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