Nouveau Artiste JNL is a retro font published by Jeff Levine Fonts.
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Single styles from $29.00
A sheet music edition of an early 1900s song entitled “You Taught Me How to Love You, Now Teach Me to Forget” was hand lettered in a free-form Art Nouveau style that combined varying line widths and character shapes.
This unrestricted style of lettering was popularly embraced and revived by the hippie counterculture of the mid-1960s through the mid-1970s through their rock concert posters, record album covers and tee shirt graphics.
It is now available digitally as Nouveau Artiste JNL.
As a side note, a 1940s reprint of the sheet music was done in a popular metal typeface, which was also redrawn digitally and available as Elite Resort JNL [in both regular and oblique versions].