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Habana Deco ML Font Download

font family from HiH, added yesterday

Habana Deco ML

Habana Deco ML was inspired by a hand-lettered sign on the stucco exterior of a small pharmacy in modern-day Havana, Cuba. It, in turn, was based on the fat-faced Art Deco lettering of the late 20s and early 30s, especially the Futurismo posters out of Italy, as well as alphabets designed in The Netherlands, France, USA and even the Soviet Union.

There are 24 stylistic alternate glyphs (SALT), many inspired by a variety of these sources, including a couple from the sign in the front of the Congress Hotel in South Beach, Miami.