Jongleur is a hand-drawn display typeface based on a Maury Nemoy lettering from 1957. Packed with handy OpenType features, the font makes automatic substitutions when contextual alternates are turned on, creating an interesting hand-lettered feel. If you’re in a messy mood, try the stylistic alternates instead.
The font brings yet an extra set of alternate letterforms that you can pick by hand to spice up your compositions. It’s a great choice for titles and small amounts of text, cool for posters, book covers and a wide range of design applications.

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