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Knoephla (pronounced NEFF-luh) is a display typeface that's as hearty as the dish it's named after.


Inspired by 1960s diner signage from the upper Midwest, the generously spaced glyphs and letterforms of Knoephla will give any design a warm, "vintagey" feel. These fonts were designed to work perfectly on any branding, packaging, video, or social media project that might need a nice little dash of nostalgia, and the four different variations offer up a heaping helping of versatility when used in conjunction with one another.


    • Four tasty fonts (regular, italic, outline, outline italic)
    • 295 glyphs per font – that's under $0.02 a letter!
    • Extensive Basic Latin, Central Euro, Western Euro, and Pan African language support
    • Offered in the ever-popular OTF format
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