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Posted by: Graham Smith in Categories: Free Fonts, Typography
From the mouth of Atelier Carvalho Bernau
We were always in love with the title sequence lettering to Godard's movies “Made in U.S.A.” and “2 ou 3 choses que je sais d'elle”. On the ocasion of Godard’s 80th birthday (3 December 2010), we are releasing this typeface as a free download.
It is our hommage to Jean-Luc, to the Nouvelle Vague, to Seberg, Karina, Faithfull & Cie., and a birthday gift for all “enfants de Marx et de Coca-Cola.”
Jean-Luc is free downloadable font. It is an uppercase-only display grotesque in two styles: One with normal bold accents and punctuation, and one with hairline accents and punctuation, as seen in the title cards for “2 ou 3 choses”.
Atelier's Website : http://carvalho-bernau.com
Jean-Luc Microsite (download here) : http://carvalho-bernau.com
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