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Filmotype Melody™ Font Download

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Filmotype Melody™

Originally released in the late 1950s, Filmotype expanded it’s Free Style typeface category with the introduction of Melody, an offbeat Googie era doo-wop typeface which was most frequently associated with music and entertainment lettering styles throughout the last 1950s and early 1960s just as Elvis and the Beatles were making the scene. To expand the versatility of this wonderful typeface, designer Rian Hughes developed and remastered new condensed and expanded versions of Melody called Melon and Mellow respectively.

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Filmotype Melon™ Font Download

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Filmotype Melon™

Originally released in the late 1950s, Filmotype expanded it’s Free Style typeface category with the introduction of Melody, an offbeat Googie era doo-wop typeface which was most frequently associated with music and entertainment lettering styles throughout the last 1950s and early 1960s just as Elvis and the Beatles were making the scene. To expand the versatility of this wonderful typeface, designer Rian Hughes developed and remastered new condensed and expanded versions of Melody called Melon and Mellow respectively.

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Filmotype Mellow™ Font Download

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Filmotype Mellow™

Originally released in the late 1950s, Filmotype expanded it’s Free Style typeface category with the introduction of Melody, an offbeat Googie era doo-wop typeface which was most frequently associated with music and entertainment lettering styles throughout the last 1950s and early 1960s just as Elvis and the Beatles were making the scene. To expand the versatility of this wonderful typeface, designer Rian Hughes developed and remastered new condensed and expanded versions of Melody called Melon and Mellow respectively.

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Filmotype Hemlock™ Font Download

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Filmotype Hemlock™

Introduced by Filmotype in the early-to-mid 1950s, Filmotype Hemlock owes its origins to classic sign painter sho-card lettering popular in the late 1940s through the 1950s. This thick upright script was among Filmotype’s most popular brush script style typefaces and saw use in window signage, store spectaculars and periodical advertising.

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Filmotype Orlando Font Download

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Filmotype Orlando

Originally released in 1955, Filmotype Orlando was one of Filmotype’s most successful Free Style typefaces based on its loose casual sho-card lettering style which peaked in popularity during the mid-1950s.

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