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Nudity PB

Nudity PB™

by Pink Broccoli
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Complete family of 2 fonts: $16.00
Nudity PB Font Family was designed by Phil Bracco and published by Pink Broccoli. Nudity PB contains 2 styles and family package options.

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Nudity PB

2 fonts

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  • Nudity PB Nudity PB

  • Nudity PB Shadow Nudity PB Shadow

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About Nudity PB Font Family

Full of retro flare, the Nudity family started as a digitization of a film typeface called Ad Shadow by LetterGraphics. The font was then split into 2 layerable fonts to recreate the effect without uncomfortable overlaps of the extruded shadow effect, which in turn spawned the Solid version of the font that can be used as a standalone. The original limited character set has been fleshed out to a fully functional typeface. A little constructivist, a little discoteque, a little abstract all rolled into one, Nudity strips down to the bare necessities of letter recognition. So you have to ask yourself, can you do with a little Nudity in your designs?

Designers: Phil Bracco

Publisher: Pink Broccoli

Foundry: Pink Broccoli

Design Owner: Pink Broccoli

MyFonts debut: Mar 27, 2018

Nudity PB™ is a trademark of Pink Broccoli Types.

About Pink Broccoli

Pink Broccoli began as the brainchild of Phil Bracco, with the goal to create a wonderful range of creative and festive fonts inspired by a wide range of resources. Phil has always been attracted to playful type designs which lend themselves to nicely towards children's books, light-hearted product packaging, and scrapbooking designs. Pink Broccoli has been acquired by Astigmatic (AOETI), yet Phil continues to develop new typefaces for the foundry. In collaboration with Brian J. Bonislawsky & Jim Lyles, the range and library has continued to expand and inspire.

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