Katz Pajamas JNL

by Jeff Levine

Both fonts: $58.00$55.10

About this font family

According to Wiktionary, “the cat’s pajamas” was a slang phrase coined by Thomas A. Dorgan, the well-known journalist, cartoonist and sportswriter of that era.

The phrase became popular in the U.S. in the 1920s, as the word “cat” was used as a term to describe the unconventional flappers from the jazz era.

This was combined with the word pyjamas (a relatively new women’s fashion during that time) to form a phrase used to describe something that is the best at what it does, thus making it highly sought and desirable. More…

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