60's Fridge Type (like HI Bullet)

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looking for some ideas on this kind of "fridge type" alternatives :-) fonts that would fit on a fridge from the sixties ... don't really know if there's some better naming then fridge type, but House Industries Bullet would be one of them. i'm now looking for more like it. thanks: lars

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thanks stephen!

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hmmmm ... do also have any idea on pairing them? i tried an simple sans-serif which doesn't really match ...

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some simple business cards for a "lounge music" dj ... 2 side 4c, backside contains some patterns in a light brown, front has a logo + text (contact information). sorry, i can't upload any images or pdfs of it right now...

hrant's picture

> Tell us more about the project you're working on

(After he finishes emptying his Thompson... :-)

hhp

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isn't this the classical "prohibition time" machine gun? :-) lars

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Try Rian Hughes' Cottingley or Zinger
http://www.devicefonts.co.uk/#

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Leslie Cabarga's FB Rocket, Magneto, Raceway, and Streamline.

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Font Diner's Kitchenette and Motorcar Atlas.

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Matthew Desmond's Retron from Test Pilot Collective.

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Jason Walcott's Boxer Script from the Jukebox Collection.

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Benn Coifman's Chespeake. (Not very good. Sorry.)

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Jess Latham's Epiphanatic. (Free.)

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dinc's Hot Rod. (Free and lame.)

Stephen Coles's picture

Tell us more about the project you're working on, Lars.

Stephen Coles's picture

Then unfortunately I can't help you right now. I'm much
better when I have a visual. ;)

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What's a Thompson?

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Ahh, I guess I only knew him on friendlier terms as "Tommy".

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