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Christian Annyas pulls another epic post out of the bag. This time a nostalgic look at the traditional hand-lettered logos of a bygone era in American Department store history.

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This free font: Apple-Sans-Adjectives is certainly quite fun, and intriguing, but not so sure on the practical side of things

Apple-Sans-Adjectives was designed [email protected] & @Rich_Cahill, and they have kindly made this font available as a freed