About this font family
Janice is a revival and expansion of a 1960s film type called Putty Bold (A. E. Lyne, Mecanorma). It’s thick, flowing, happy and oozes psychedelia. Unlike many art nouveau/hippy faces of the era, this font comes with a lowercase that expands its functionality to quite a few applications, like design aimed at kids and young adults. It’s also one of those fonts that feel right at home being warped, scaled and manually squeezed for packaging and poster design.
Janice comes with over 400 glyphs. It contains a few stylistic alternates and support for the majority of Latin languages.