Designed by Ricardo Marcin and Erica Jung, Acid Green is a hand display and retro font published by The Flying Type.
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Single styles from $26.00
Acid Green has quite a psychedelic flair, but its origins are from long before the sixties psychedelia.
Its roots date back to 1914, from an unnamed alphabet by J.M. Bergling, the amazing jewelry engraver and ‘letterform inventor’—as he considered himself—whose books of art alphabets and lettering influenced countless artists, including, not surprisingly, those involved with the genesis of Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements.
Perfect for multiple display uses, including retro designs and trippy letterings, Acid Green has an extensive character set, with multilingual support covering 208 languages. There are yet some handy stylistic alternatives for some extra grooviness.
Acid Green is somewhat retro looking, for sure, but it can sound perfectly contemporary too. Tune in and enjoy a creative trip!
[Amazing pizza illustration on the first poster by our talented neighbor @pedrocorrea84]