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Lysergic Font Family was designed by Mott Jordan and published by Mysterylab. Lysergic contains 1 styles.

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About Lysergic Font Family

Lysergic is a smoky, swirly, super-psychedelic font that exudes 1960s vibes. This font is a tribute to the work of San Francisco artist Rick Griffin, famous for his psychedelic posters, creative lettering ideas, and especially his Grateful Dead album cover art. Griffin was a master of ink stippling and that particular drawing technique proves to be a great way to embellish this style of lettering. Set your time machine to 1969 and fire up your grooviest designs with Lysergic.

Designers: Mott Jordan

Publisher: Mysterylab

Foundry: Mysterylab

Design Owner: Mysterylab

MyFonts debut: May 2, 2022


About Mysterylab

Mott Jordan studied studio art and design at U.C. Santa Cruz, and was a self-employed sign painter and later a full-time graphic artist at a local weekly. His type design career began in earnest under Ilene Strizver at International Typographic Corporation in the mid-1990s, releasing two typefaces (ITC Verkehr and ITC Hornpype). By the mid-2010s, Jordan had formed the Mysterylab Foundry and today has approximately 36 offerings that represent an eclectic mix of retro 1960s and 1970s styles, ornate Victorian and old west fonts, futurist/experimental designs, and multi-weight workhorses. He operates a graphic design business near Santa Cruz, California and continues to add new releases to his typographic range.

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