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Coffee and Danish JNL

Designed by Jeff Levine, Coffee and Danish JNL is a display sans font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Jeff Levine Fonts.

In the collection of vintage and historic images available online from the Library of Congress is one of the exterior of the Town Talk Diner in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Regrettably, on May 28, 2020, the Town Talk Diner was damaged by vandalism, and subsequently destroyed by a fire that engulfed the building early on the morning of May 29th due to civil unrest following the death of George Floyd.

The restaurant first opened in 1946, closed in 2011 and subsequently re-opened under new ownership in 2014 with French cuisine, then from 2016 until its demise as an American bistro.

While this was not known at the time of selecting the image for a typographic model, subsequent research on the diner turned up these facts. 

The large vintage sign above the entrance was in big, bold Art Deco letters with rows and rows of bulbs for illuminating the name at night.

Coffee and Danish JNL, modeled from the image of that sign, is available in both regular and oblique versions. Perhaps, in a way, the type design will serve as a bit of historic recognition for a popular eating spot.

Foundry Jeff Levine Fonts
Fonts 2
Price $29.00
Released November 1, 2022
Style Display Sans
Designer Jeff Levine

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