Eleckatrical Banana JNL

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Designed by Jeff Levine, Eleckatrical Banana JNL is an art nouveau and retro font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Jeff Levine Fonts.




From the same page of a vintage German lettering textbook entitled “50 Alphabete fur Technikur und Fachschulen” (loosely translated to “50 Alphabets for Technicians and Specialized Schools”) that inspired Trippy Hippy JNL comes Eleckatrical Banana JNL.

It’s another novelty, free form Art Nouveau hand lettered alphabet that works well in recreating 1920s period pieces or for designing a retro-inspired rock and roll concert poster reminiscent of the 1960s.

The name of the typeface is from a line in the 1966 pop hit “Mellow Yellow by Donovan (Leitch), and his extended pronunciation of ‘electrical’: “…E-lec-a-tric-cal’ banana is going to be the very next craze…”

Eleckatrical Banana JNL is available in both regular and oblique versions.

Foundry Jeff Levine Fonts
Price $29.00
ReleasedFebruary 5, 2021
Styles Art Nouveau, Retro
Designer Jeff Levine
Licenses Desktop
Web Font
Digital Ad