About this font family
Stovepipe Stencil JNL was not directly designed from a vintage source, but it does draw its influences from classic sans serif lettering of the past.
Even its name borrows (somewhat gratuitously) from the “stovepipe” lettering so popular with sign painters. True stovepipe letters tend to be squarer with rounded corners, but the name has also been loosely associated with some tall, condensed type styles.
The typeface is available in both regular and oblique versions.